A repo for building a personal sqlite3-backed Seafile instance
You'll want to change the environment variables under the "Options" section of the Dockerfile:
# Options ENV SEAFILE_SERVER_NAME MySeafile ENV SEAFILE_URI localhost ENV SEAFILE_DATA_DIR /seafile/seafile-data ENV SEAHUB_ADMIN_EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org ENV SEAHUB_ADMIN_PASS baz
Build your image:
docker build -t foo/seafile
Run as a daemon:
docker run -p 8000:8000 -p 8082:8082 -p 10001:10001 -p 12001:12001 -d foo/seafile
Seafile's startup scripts don't provide any logging, so to both keep the container
running as a daemon and provide a barebones look into if the Seafile processes are
actually running, I provided some basic output to the container's stdout.
Starting seafile server, please wait ... Seafile server started Done. Starting seahub at port 8000 ... Seahub is started Done. Running Seafile processes: PID COMMAND 28 seafile-control 30 ccnet-server 32 seaf-server 104 python2.7 107 python2.7 108 python2.7 109 python2.7
That will be the extent of it unless the script detects a change in the running process
list. In that case, it will alert that a change was detected, and will show the
"Running Seafile processes" again.
If you want to know why I built this the way I did, and why I didn't just go with any of
the existing Seafile images up on Docker Hub, you can read about it here: