Automated build of phpPgAdmin with Docker
- Master and Debian branches are based on Debian official repository
- Ubuntu branch are based on Ubuntu official repository
Apache and Postgres environment variables
Apache and Postgres will make of the following environment variables.
POSTGRES_HOST=localhost POSTGRES_PORT=5432 POSTGRES_DEFAULTDB=defaultdb APACHE_SERVERNAME=localhost APACHE_SERVERADMIN=admin@localhost APACHE_DOCUMENTROOT=/var/www APACHE_RUN_USER=www-data APACHE_RUN_GROUP=www-data APACHE_LOG_DIR=/var/web/log/apache2 APACHE_PID_FILE=/var/run/apache2.pid APACHE_RUN_DIR=/var/run/apache2 APACHE_LOCK_DIR=/var/lock/apache2
Use the pre built image
The pre built image can be downloaded using docker directly. After that you do not need to use this command again, you will have the image on your machine.
$ sudo docker pull corfr/phppgadmin
Build the docker image by yourself
If you prefer you can easily build the docker image by yourself. After this the image is ready for use on your machine and can be used for multiple starts.
$ cd phppgadmin-docker $ sudo docker build -t corfr/phppgadmin .
Start the container
The container has all pre requisites set up to run phpPgAdmin. Specify all needed environment variables.
$ sudo docker run --name=phppgadmin -d -p 80:80 -e POSTGRES_HOST=localhost -e POSTGRES_PORT=5432 corfr/phppgadmin
Trying the browser on url http://localhost/phppgadmin.
Connect the container to a postgres container
You can simply connect a container instanciated from an official postgres image (from https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/) this way:
$ sudo docker run --name=phppgadmin -d -p 80:80 --link postgres corfr/phppgadmin
Start the container and keep control
The command above starts the container in deamon mode (-d) and runs in the background. If you want to start it by yourself just to see what happens use this command:
$ sudo docker run -i -t -p 80:80 --link postgres corfr/phppgadmin bash
Notice the two changes made here, first we replaced the deamon switch (-d) with the tty switch (-t) which pipes the std in and std out to your terminal.
You now end up as a root user in the docker container and can do simple things like ls, cd and more. More complex things can be achieved after a
apt-get install of one or more software(s) of choice.
Get the container ip and port
The first command inspects your created container and get the IPv4 address. Second command docker exported port for 8080.
$ sudo docker inspect <container_id> | grep IPAddress | cut -d '"' -f 4 $ sudo docker port <container_id> 80 | cut -d ":" -f2
Now go to
<your container's ip>:<container's port> in your browser
Stop the container
Stopping a running container is possible via the docker api. If only one instance of this container is running this command will stop it:
$ sudo docker stop phppgadmin