Out-of-the-box Wordpress docker image which can be linked to MySQL.
This image needs an external MySQL server or linked MySQL container. To create a MySQL container:
docker run -d -e MYSQL_PASS="<your_password>" --name db -p 3306:3306 tutum/mysql:5.5
To run Wordpress by linking to the database created above:
docker run -d --link db:db -e DB_PASS="<your_password>" -p 80:80 tutum/wordpress-stackable
Now, you can use your web browser to access Wordpress from the the follow address:
The installation wizard will appear.
Usage (as a base image)
If you want to use it as a base image to create your customized version of wordpress, you can do so by creating a
Dockerfile similar to the following:
FROM tutum/wordpress-stackable:latest # Add an initial data which will be automatically loaded when creating the database for the first time ADD initial_db.sql /initial_db.sql # Add custom themes, plugins and/or uploads ADD themes/ /app/wp-content/themes/ ADD plugins/ /app/wp-content/plugins/ ADD uploads/ /app/wp-content/uploads/ RUN chown www-data:www-data /app/wp-content -R
Usage (using fig)
To launch wordpress using
fig, simply execute the following command:
fig up -d
The first time that you run this command, a new MySQL container will be created, which will then be linked to the Wordpress container automatically. You can start using Wordpress from your browser at
Configuration (using fig)
fig.yml to customize the wordpress service before running
fig.yml shows as follow:
wordpress: build: . links: - db ports: - "80:80" environment: DB_NAME: wordpress DB_USER: admin DB_PASS: "**ChangeMe**" DB_HOST: "**LinkMe**" DB_PORT: "**LinkMe**" db: image: tutum/mysql:5.5 environment: MYSQL_PASS: "**ChangeMe**"
Change the ports
"80:80"to map to a different port number: e.g.
"8080:80"will run wordpress at port
Change the value of
DB_PASScredentials (name, password) to connect to MySQL. Value of
adminat this moment.
Modify password of admin user in MySQL container by changing the value of
MYSQL_PASS, must be the same value of
To use a MariaDB instead of MySQL, you can make the following changes to the
db: image: tutum/mariadb:latest environment: MARIADB_PASS: randpass
And then, change
DB_PASSto the same value as