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Fess is very powerful and easily deployable Enterprise Search Server.
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Fess is very powerful and easily deployable Enterprise Search Server. You can install and run Fess quickly on any platforms, which have Java runtime environment. Fess is provided under Apache license.

Fess is Elasticsearch-based search server, but knowledge/experience about Elasticsearch is NOT needed because of All-in-One Enterprise Search Server. Fess provides Administration GUI to configure the system on your browser. Fess also contains a crawler, which can crawl documents on Web/File System/DB and support many file formats, such as MS Office, pdf and zip.

For more info, access Fess official documentation.

How to use this image

You can access http://localhost:8080 from the host OS with:

$ docker run -d -p 8080:8080 --name fess codelibs/fess:latest

To monitoring Fess logs with Kibana, run Fess and Kibana with these commands:

$ docker run -d --name fess codelibs/fess:latest
$ docker run -d -e ELASTICSEARCH_URL=http://localhost:9201 --name kibana kibana:latest

and import settings with following this link.

To save Elasticsearch data and config, use -v option for mount host directory:

$ mkdir ./data
$ sudo chown 1000:1000 ./data
$ docker run -d -p 8080:8080 --name fess -v $(pwd)/data:/var/lib/elasticsearch codelibs/fess:latest
// under 11.1.x
$ mkdir ./data
$ sudo chown 1000:1000 ./data
$ docker run -d -p 8080:8080 --name fess -v $(pwd)/data:/opt/fess/es/data codelibs/fess:latest

To attach config files to container, also use -v option.

$ docker run -d -p 8080:8080 --name fess -v /path/to/elasticsearch/config/file:/etc/elasticsearch -v /path/to/fess/config/file:/etc/fess codelibs/fess:latest

Kernel settings

Elasticsearch needs to set vm.max_map_count to at least 262144. See Install Elasticsearch with Docker.

License

Apache license.

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