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CentOS, Node.js, PM2, git-core
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This is a CentOS:7 base image with node.js and pm2 installed. This image was created like so:

$(boot2docker shellinit)
docker run -i centos:7 /bin/bash
    yum update -y
    rpm -Uvh http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/7/x86_64/e/epel-release-7-5.noarch.rpm
    yum install -y npm
    npm install -g pm2
    yum install -y make
    yum install -y git-core
    exit
docker commit -m 'node.js and pm2' -a "Adam Eivy" 9b93f815330f atomantic/pm2
docker push atomantic/pm2

Dockerfile example:

FROM    atomantic:pm2

# Bundle app source
ADD app /app
WORKDIR /app

# Install app dependencies
RUN npm install
RUN npm rebuild

CMD ["pm2", "--no-daemon start process.json"]

Additionally, v3 tag contains gulp and memcached.
I've gotten in the habit of having a Dockerfile and a Dockerfile.local. The Dockerfile.local looks like this:

FROM    atomantic/pm2:v3

ENV APP_ENV QA
ENV MEMCACHED true

EXPOSE 3000

RUN mkdir -p /root/.pm2
RUN touch /root/.pm2/pm2.log

This allows me to dynamically mount my working app directory from OSX using a dev script and the local version of the image, which only differs in that it does not have a static app directory built into it.

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