This image is essentially the same as the
postgres image, but with the
bedquilt extension pre-installed on the default template, and an empty
docker database and user ready to go. For full documentation of options available, see the postgres image page, in fact, you should read and understand that page before using this image in production.
From Docker Hub
This image is available from the Docker Hub.
docker pull bedquiltdb/bedquiltdb:latest
docker run -d -P --name bq bedquiltdb/bedquiltdb
Connect from psql
docker ps to get the port PostgreSQL is mapped to, then supply that port to
psql -h 0.0.0.0 -p 34242 -U docker
Build From Source
docker build -t bedquiltdb .