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SOLR 6/5.5 + Oracle Java8 over Alpine with JDBC PostgreSQL (9.4.1207-42) & MySQL (5.1.38)
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docker-solr

Few variants of an image with SOLR 7.0.1 over Java8, includes JDBC for PostgreSQL (9.4.1207-42) and MySQL (5.1.38).
Alpine image also includes BASH, OpenSSL and ca-certificates packages.

tag description size
7 / latest Solr 6 & Oracle Java8 over AlpineLinux
6 Solr 6 & Oracle Java8 over AlpineLinux
5 / 5-alpine-oracle-java8 Solr 5 & Oracle Java8 over AlpineLinux
5-oracle-java8 Solr 5 & Oracle Java8 over Ubuntu Trusty
5-openjdk-java8 Solr 5 & OpenJDK Java8 over Debian Jessie

Usage

Here is how I start the container, while mounting Solr core directories inside the container instance.

#!/bin/bash
# start.sh
# Start an instance of Solr container with cores mounted
#

SOLR_IMAGE="anapsix/solr"
HOST_PROXY_PORT=8983
CONTAINER_SOLR_PORT=8983

self_path="$(readlink -e $0)"
APP_DIR="${self_path%%/${self_path##*/}}"
CONTAINER_PATH="/opt/solr"

COLLECTIONS=$(find ${APP_DIR} -maxdepth 1 -mindepth 1 -type d -not -name .git -printf "%f\n")
VOLUMES=$(for col in ${COLLECTIONS[*]}; do echo -en "-v ${APP_DIR}/${col}:${CONTAINER_PATH}/server/solr/${col} "; done)

start_container() {
  docker run -d \
    --name=solr \
    -p ${HOST_PROXY_PORT}:${CONTAINER_SOLR_PORT} \
    $VOLUMES \
    $SOLR_IMAGE >/dev/null 2>&1
if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
  echo "you may access container via http://$(hostname -i):${HOST_PROXY_PORT}/solr" >&2
else
  echo "failed to start cotnainer"
  exit 1
fi

I place this script (start.sh) into directory containing my "cores". Each core is within it's own directory:

|- start.sh
|-core1/
|     |-conf/
|     |     |-data-config.xml
|     |     |-schema.xml
|     |     |...
|     |-core.properties
|-core2/
      |-conf/
      |     |-data-config.xml
      |     |-schema.xml
      |     |...
      |-core.properties

and just run start.sh

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