MongoDB on Docker
Installation and Usage
docker pull quay.io/aptible/mongodb
This is an image conforming to the Aptible database specification. To run a server for development purposes, execute
docker create --name data quay.io/aptible/mongodb docker run --volumes-from data -e USERNAME=aptible -e PASSPHRASE=pass -e DB=db quay.io/aptible/mongodb --initialize docker run --volumes-from data -P quay.io/aptible/mongodb
The first command sets up a data container named
data which will hold the configuration and data for the database. The second command creates a MongoDB instance with a username, passphrase and database name of your choice. The third command starts the database server.
latest: Currently MongoDB 3.2.1
2.6: MongoDB 2.6.11
3.2: MongoDB 3.2.1
Tests are run as part of the
Dockerfile build. To execute them separately within a container, run:
To push the Docker image to Quay, run the following command:
Images are built and pushed to Docker Hub on every deploy. Because Quay currently only supports build triggers where the Docker tag name exactly matches a GitHub branch/tag name, we must run the following script to synchronize all our remote branches after a merge to master:
Copyright and License
MIT License, see LICENSE for details.
Copyright (c) 2015 Aptible and contributors.