⚠️ DEPRECATION WARNING ⚠️ **
This was an experimental image for the old version of Cozy, based on Node.js. Both this version and this image are now deprecated and unmaintained. Some work has been done to create an image for the new, Go based, Cozy V3, but this is still a work in progress.
This is the Dockerfile recipe used to build the official Cozy image.
It is built on top of the Ubuntu 14.04 image.
- Install Docker. This recipe has been tested on Docker v1.0.1 and newer.
Fetch the Cozy image:
sudo docker pull cozy/full
OR you can build the container manually by running:
sudo docker build -t cozy/full github.com/cozy-labs/cozy-docker
sudo docker run -d -p 80:80 -p 443:443 cozy/full
-d tells Docker to daemonize the process and
-p to bind ports to the host.
Then, you can open https://localhost/ in your browser to start using your new
dockerized cozy instance.
Usage as a development environment
You can also use the same Docker image as a development environment. To do so, just add
-e NODE_ENV=development and
sudo docker run -e NODE_ENV=development -e DISABLE_SSL=true -d -p 80:80 cozy/full
In order to modify or patch this recipe you have to clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/cozy-labs/cozy-docker cd cozy-docker
Modify the Dockerfile and/or the configuration files then build the container:
sudo docker build -t cozy/full .
It is highly recommended to build the image locally if you want to run Cozy in a production environment:
sudo docker build -t cozy github.com/cozy-labs/cozy-docker
This way, the security tokens will be reset, and the SSL certificate will be renewed.
What is Cozy?
Cozy is a platform that brings all your web services in the
same private space. With it, your web apps and your devices can share data
easily, providing you
with a new experience. You can install Cozy on your own hardware where no one
You can reach the Cozy Community by: