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Docker magento 1.9 and 1.6 container for development
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Docker image for Magento

This repo creates a Docker image for Magento.

Based on

Magento version

How to use

Use as standalone container

You can use docker run to run this image directly.

docker run -p 80:80 corbinu/magento

Then finish Magento installation using web UI. You need to have an existing MySQL server.

Magento is installed into /var/www/htdocs folder.

Use Docker Compose

Docker Compose is the recommended way to run this image with MySQL database.

A sample docker-compose.yml can be found in this repo.

version: '2'

    build: .
        - "8888:80"
      - db
      - env

    image: mariadb:10.1.10
        - "3306:3306"
        - env
        - dbdata
        - dbdata

    image: tianon/true
        - /var/lib/mysql

Then use docker-compose up -d to start MySQL and Magento server.

Magento installation script

Installation script for Magento sample data is also provided.

Use /usr/local/bin/mage-setup to install sample data for Magento.

docker exec -it <container id> mage-setup

This script can install Magento without using web UI. This script requires certain environment variables to run:

Environment variable Description Default value (used by Docker Compose - env file)
MYSQL_DATABASE MySQL db name for Magento magento
MYSQL_USER MySQL username magento
MYSQL_PASSWORD MySQL password magento
MAGENTO_LOCALE Magento locale en_US
MAGENTO_TIMEZONE Magento timezone America/New_York
MAGENTO_DEFAULT_CURRENCY Magento default currency USD
MAGENTO_URL Magento base url http://magento.docker
MAGENTO_ADMIN_FIRSTNAME Magento admin firstname Admin
MAGENTO_ADMIN_LASTNAME Magento admin lastname MyStore
MAGENTO_ADMIN_EMAIL Magento admin email
MAGENTO_ADMIN_USERNAME Magento admin username admin
MAGENTO_ADMIN_PASSWORD Magento admin password magentorocks1
MSETUP_USE_SAMPLE_DATA Install sample data or not false

If Docker Compose is used, you can just modify env file in the same directory of docker-compose.yml file to update those environment variables.

After calling mage-setup, Magento is installed and ready to use. Use provided admin username and password to log into Magento backend.

Magento sample data

Magento 1.9 sample data is compressed version from Vinai/compressed-magento-sample-data. Magento 1.6 uses the official sample data.

OS X / Dinghy

To use this image on other systems for local development, create a Dockerfile with anything specific to your local development platform.

For example, if using Dinghy on OS X, use:

FROM mageinferno/magento2-php:[TAG]
RUN usermod -u 501 www-data

Then build your custom image:

docker build -t myname/php .

Remember to add your VIRTUAL_HOST environment variable to the web server container in your docker-compose.yml file, and remove ports as those are automatically exposed in Dinghy.

Important: If you do not use the default MAGENTO_URL you must use a hostname that contains a dot within it (e.g, otherwise the Magento admin panel login won't work.

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