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my Unimus container for network device backup -
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Unimus in Docker

Unimus is a multi-vendor network device configuration backup and management solution, designed from the ground up with user friendliness, workflow optimization and ease-of-use in mind.


docker build -t croc/unimus .


You've to have a DB for the Unimus.
You can use HSQL (local - file-based) or MySQL (with an other container) for the backend DB.

with HSQL

docker run -tid --name=unimus -p 8085:8085 -e /srv/unimus/config:/etc/unimus/ -v /srv/unimus/db:/var/unimus/hsql croc/unimus

with MySQL

Start your MySQL container for Unimus:

docker run -tid --name=unimus-db -v /srv/unimus/db:/var/lib/mysql -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=supersecret -e MYSQL_DATABASE=unimus -e MYSQL_USER=unimus -e MYSQL_PASSWORD=secret mariadb

Start your Unimus:

docker run -tid --name=unimus -p 8085:8085 -v /srv/unimus/config:/etc/unimus/ --link=unimus-db:db croc/unimus

You have to use these parameters with Unimus' MySQL config:

  • db host: db (if you've started with docker-compose, use the name of the database container unimus-db)
  • db: unimus
  • db user: unimus
  • db pass: secret

Good for a test, but not too secure.

Docker compose

I've written a docker-compose.yml file for easier start with the database.


docker-compose up -d

...and that's it :)

Specify a version

How to use a specified version with docker-compose file? <br />
Add the version tag to the unimus image line. <br />

image: croc/unimus:v1.7.0

Sorry, you can't build an image with an older unimus version, because I don't know the download URL for an older version. So I've built the docker image for the latest binary when it was an older version. <br />
I recommend use the latest version, always.


Default Unimus' URL is http://< your docker host>:8085 , example:

You have to configure your Unimus after the first start on this URL.

You have to register on for license keys.


If you want to update unimus with this "stack".

  • stop all containers ( example: docker stop unimus unimus-db or docker-compose stop )
  • remove all containers ( example: docker rm -v unimus unimus-db or docker-compose rm -v -f )
  • pull new images ( example: docker pull croc/unimus and docker pull mariadb or remove images to pull new docker rmi croc/unimus mariadb )
  • start the stack again

Good luck!

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