Atlassian Stash in a Docker container
A containerized installation of Atlassian Stash setup with a goal of keeping the installation as default as possible, but with a few Docker related twists.
Want to help out, check out the contribution section.
I'm in the fast lane! Get me started
To quickly get started with running a Stash instance, first run the following command:
docker run --detach --publish 7990:7990 cptactionhank/atlassian-stash:3.11.6
Then use your browser to navigate to
http://[dockerhost]:7990 and finish the configuration.
The slower road to get started
For a more in-depth documentation on how to get started please visit the website made for this purpose. cptactionhank.github.io/docker-atlassian-stash
This has been made with the best intentions and current knowledge and thus it shouldn't be expected to be flawless. However you can support this repository with best-practices and other additions by creating and sending pull-requests. Continuous Integration has been setup to build the repository Dockerfile and run acceptance tests against a running Atlassian Stash container to ensure it is working as expected.
CircleCI has been setup to automatically deploy new version branches when successfully building a new version of Atlassian Stash in the
master branch (a builder branch) and serves as the
latest image tag as well. Furthermore an
eap branch has been setup to automatically build and commit updates to ensure the
eap branch contains the latest version of Atlassian Stash Early Access Preview.
Out of date documentation?, lack of tests?, etc. you can help out by either creating an issue and open a discussion or sending a pull request with modifications to the appropriate branch. Please ensure that the current acceptance tests do run successfully for easier merging with the repository.
Acceptance tests are performed by CircleCI with Ruby using the RSpec, Capybara, and PhantomJS frameworks.