Riemann in a Docker container, just like it says on the label.
config and reloading
Riemann config entry point is
/etc/riemann/riemann.conf. The basic config is
for changes to the main config file and whatever is in
triggers a reload of Riemann. In theory, all you need to focus on is writing
your config. Mount your own config at
/etc/riemann (ensuring the entry point
is the same, at least) and you should be good to go.
incrond uses inotify
to watch files; I don't know how or if this is going to work with Docker bind
mounts. My limited testing was mixed.