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Short Description
Docker image to run jRuby by Azuki - http://azk.io
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azukiapp/jruby

Base docker image to run JRuby applications in azk

Versions (tags)

<versions>
- latest, jre, 1, 1-jre, 1.7, 1.7-jre
- jdk, 1-jdk, 1.7-jdk
</versions>

Image content:

  • Debian
  • JRuby
  • Bundle

Usage with azk

Example of using this image with azk:

/**
 * Documentation: http://docs.azk.io/Azkfile.js
 */

// Adds the systems that shape your system
systems({
  "my-app": {
    // Dependent systems
    depends: [], // postgres, mysql, mongodb ...
    // More images:  http://images.azk.io
    image: {"docker": "azukiapp/jruby"},
    // Steps to execute before running instances
    provision: [
      "bundle install --path /azk/bundler"//,
      // "rake db:create",
      // "rake db:migrate"
    ],
    workdir: "/azk/#{manifest.dir}",
    shell: "/bin/bash",
    command: "bundle exec rackup config.ru --pid /tmp/jruby.pid --port $HTTP_PORT --host 0.0.0.0",
    wait: {"retry": 20, "timeout": 1000},
    mounts  : {
      '/azk/#{manifest.dir}': path('.'),
      '/azk/bundler'        : persistent('bundler'),
    },
    scalable: {"default": 1},
    http: {
      // my-app.dev.azk.io
      domains: [ "#{system.name}.#{azk.default_domain}" ]
    },
    envs: {
      // set instances variables
      JRUBY_ENV : 'development',
      BUNDLE_APP_CONFIG : '/azk/bundler',
    }
  },
});

Usage with docker

To create the image azukiapp/jruby, execute the following command on the docker-jruby folder:

$ docker build -t azukiapp/jruby 1.7/

To run the image and bind to port 3000:

$ docker run -it --rm --name my-app -p 3000:3000 -v "$PWD":/myapp -w /myapp azukiapp/jruby ruby app.rb

Logs

# with azk
$ azk logs my-app

# with docker
$ docker logs <CONTAINER_ID>

License

Azuki Dockerfiles distributed under the Apache License.

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