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UPP RDS data loader
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UPP RDS data loader

RDS loading tool

How To build it

To build the tool as Docker image run -

$ docker build -t coco/upp-rds-loader .

or you can pull the image by running

$ docker pull coco/upp-rds-loader

The image needs the following environment variables passed to it -

  • PGHOST - The hostname of the database
  • PGUSER - The username to access the database
  • PGPASSWORD - The password for the user to access the database
  • PGDATABASE - The database name
  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID - The AWS access key with permission to download the facset file
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY - The AWS secret access key for the above key
  • AWS_DEFAULT_REGION - The region the S3 bucket is in

These are also the same environment variables you'll need set if you just wanted to run the script rds-load.

To run Docker image it is just:

$ docker run --rm --name rds-loader \
-e ""
-e "PGUSER=user"
-e "PGPASSWORD=changeit"
-e "PGDATABASE=people"
-e "AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=eu-west-1"

How To run the database locally

If you want to run the database locally with all the data loaded you need Docker Compose. You will need also the AWS access key and AWS secret key to access the bucket with the factset data.

  • Create a file in this directory called .env with the following content:
  • The run:
    $ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up

This will bring up a local Postgres database and will populate it with all the facset data.

If you just want to run Postgres locally with no data, then run the following:

$ docker-compose -f dc-postgres.yml up
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