Nagios/Adagios Container Build
Built from appcontainers/centos66
Build container using default values.
docker build -t appcontainers/nagios .
Running the container
The container is built to allow several configurable variables to be passed in at runtime. The values are as follows:
- APP_NAME - This is the fully qualified domain name such as example.com. This should be passed without any prefix such as www.
- APP_USER - The username that the Application will use.
- APP_PASS - The password of the user that the Application uses.
Run the container using default values
docker run -d -it --name nagios -h nagios -p 80:80 appcontainers/nagios
This will assume the following
- APP_NAME = nagios.local
- APP_USER = admin
- APP_PASS = P@ssw0rd
Run the container substituting the $varables with your own custom values
docker run -d -it \ --name nagios \ -h nagios \ -p 80:80 \ -e APP_NAME='testapp.com' \ -e APP_USER='admin' \ -e APP_PASS='P@ssw0rd' \ appcontainers/nagios
Container does not require persistent storage as long as nagios configs are stored in git
configs stored in /etc/nagios/ git init already set, Add remote, and commit configs
Navigate to the IP address of the server on the port specified (80 default) to access the nagios instance. (http://126.96.36.199/adagios)
Manually add user via:
htpasswd -c -b /etc/nagios/passwd username password
Where's the source? I signed up to atlassian thinking I'd be able to see the source! Was wondering if it was 'runit' based or not...
Do you have all your build files (ex: runconfig.sh) in a git repo somewhere? I'd like to see how you start nagios.
I don't see the original comment, however a user asked the following question:
You say above that "Container does not require persistent storage as long as nagios configs are stored in git". On which repository we should rely? Yours or any other?
Answer: You should create your own git account, on either bitbucket, github or a private gitlab server, add the origin to the git config in the /etc/nagios directory and then push to that repository. Configs store information about your internal environment, and it is recommended that the are stored in a NON public, private git repository of your choosing.