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ADOP Nexus
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What is adop-nexus?

We have upgarded the nexus version to 3.7.1 and hence this image will enable the features of the latest version. To read more please cclick on the link ->

How to use this image?

We would recommend to make changes to the script in order to add/delete anything as the docker restart would re-set everything as it is according to

Run Nexus

To start the server, where version is the release version of the Docker container, run the following command.

  $ docker run -d --name nexus -p 8081:8081 -e LDAP_ENABLED=false accenture/adop-nexus:VERSION

If LDAP authentication is disabled, the default user/password is:

  • username: admin
  • password: admin123

We should reset the default password by setting new password value with the configuration variable: NEXUS_ADMIN_PASSWORD=<New_Password>

Persisting data

To persist data mount out the /nexus-data directory.

e.g. $ docker run -d --name nexus -v $(pwd)/data:/nexus-data -p 8081:8081 -e LDAP_ENABLED=false accenture/adop-nexus:VERSION

LDAP Authentication

By default, the image will enable LDAP authentication, setting the LDAP_ENABLED environment variable to false will disable LDAP authentication. The variables write Nexus through API.

The default nexus configuration depends on the following LDAP groups

  • nx-admin - administrators
  • nx-deployments - deployment users
  • nx-developers - developer accounts

Example run command:

  $ docker run -ti -p 8080:8081 \
     -e LDAP_SEARCH_BASE=dc=example,dc=com \
     -e LDAP_ENABLED=true \
     -e LDAP_URL=ldap \
     -e LDAP_BIND_DN=cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com \
     -e LDAP_USER_BASE_DN=ou=people \ 
     -e LDAP_GROUP_BASE_DN=ou=groups \ 
     -e LDAP_BIND_PASSWORD=password \ 
     -e LDAP_NAME=nexusldap \
     -e LDAP_AUTH_SCHEME=simple \

The image reads the following LDAP environment variables for ADOP OpenLDAP:

  • searchBase - ${LDAP_SEARCH_BASE}
  • systemUsername - ${LDAP_BIND_DN}
  • systemPassword - ${LDAP_BIND_PASSWORD}
  • protocol - ${LDAP_AUTH_PROTOCOL}
  • host - ${LDAP_URL}
  • port - ${LDAP_PORT:-389}
  • emailAddressAttribute - ${LDAP_USER_EMAIL_ATTRIBUTE:-mail}
  • ldapGroupsAsRoles - ${LDAP_GROUPS_AS_ROLES:-true}
  • groupBaseDn - ${LDAP_GROUP_BASE_DN}
  • groupIdAttribute - ${LDAP_GROUP_ID_ATTRIBUTE:-cn}
  • groupMemberAttribute - ${LDAP_GROUP_MEMBER_ATTRIBUTE-uniqueMember}
  • groupMemberFormat - ${username}
  • groupObjectClass - ${LDAP_GROUP_OBJECT_CLASS}
  • preferredPasswordEncoding - ${LDAP_PREFERRED_PASSWORD_ENCODING:-crypt}
  • userIdAttribute - ${LDAP_USER_ID_ATTRIBUTE:-uid}
  • userObjectClass - ${LDAP_USER_OBJECT_CLASS:-inetOrgPerson}
  • userBaseDn - ${LDAP_USER_BASE_DN}
  • userRealNameAttribute - ${LDAP_USER_REAL_NAME_ATTRIBUTE:-cn}

Additionally, the image reads the following LDAP environment variables if you want to use a Windows Active Directory:

  • groupIdAttribute - ${LDAP_GROUP_ID_ATTRIBUTE:-cn}
  • groupMemberAttribute - ${LDAP_GROUP_MEMBER_ATTRIBUTE-uniqueMember}
  • groupObjectClass - ${LDAP_GROUP_OBJECT_CLASS:-groups}
  • userIdAttribute - ${LDAP_USER_ID_ATTRIBUTE:-sAMAccountName}
  • userObjectClass - ${LDAP_USER_OBJECT_CLASS:-person}
  • userBaseDn - ${LDAP_USER_BASE_DN}
  • userRealNameAttribute - ${LDAP_USER_REAL_NAME_ATTRIBUTE:-cn}


Other configuration variables

  • NEXUS_CONTEXT, passed as -Dnexus-webapp-context-path. This is used to define the URL which Nexus is accessed.
  • DEBUG_LOGGING, defaults to false. If this is set to true, additional debug/access logs are enabled and sent to stdout/specified logging driver.
  • MAX_HEAP, passed as -Xmx. Defaults to 1g.
  • MIN_HEAP, passed as -Xms. Defaults to 256m.
  • JAVA_OPTS. Additional options can be passed to the JVM via this variable. Default: -server -XX:MaxPermSize=192m
  • NEXUS_BASE_URL, the nexus base URL
  • NEXUS_PROXY_HOST, the proxy server that connects to Maven public repository. This is used if the Nexus Docker host has strict firewall implementation.
  • NEXUS_PROXY_PORT, the proxy server port.
  • NEXUS_CENTRAL_REPO_URL, if you want to change the Central Repo default maven public repository
  • NEXUS_CREATE_CUSTOM_ROLES, if set to true, create custom roles according to the environment custom role variables:.
  • NEXUS_CUSTOM_ADMIN_ROLE , if set, create a custom group name with nx-admin role.
  • NEXUS_CUSTOM_DEV_ROLE , if set, create a custom group name with nx-developer role.
  • NEXUS_CUSTOM_DEPLOY_ROLE, if set, create a custom group name with nx-deployment role.
  • USER_AGENT, if set, you can enable Basic Authentication. [How do I enable WWW-Authenticate headers for content 401 responses]


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#Supported Docker versions

This image is officially supported on Docker version 1.9.1.
Support for older versions (down to 1.6) is provided on a best-effort basis.

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