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Craft in a container - sans DB
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CraftCMS on Docker

Usage

Dockerfile Setup

(In the same folder as your source code):

FROM darrencrossley/craftcms:latest

COPY ./src/config /var/www/craft/config
COPY ./src/plugins /var/www/craft/plugins
COPY ./src/templates /var/www/craft/templates
COPY ./html /var/www/html

Your source code folder should have a html folder for public apache data and a src folder for craft data.

In development

Mount volumes in the master image

e.g.

docker run -d -P --name crafty-site -v src/templates:/var/www/craft/templates -v src/config:/var/www/craft/config -v src/plugins:/var/www/craft/plugins  -v html:/var/www/html darrencrossley/craftcms

You can now work locally while running a (more or less) production env.

In Production

Build your image using the above docker file snippet

ENV Vars

if you use the bundled config you can set:

DB_HOST
DB_NAME
DB_PASS
DB_PORT
DB_USER

Todo

A lot.

Some kind of shared session handling would be good.

It also relies on an external database.

It probably wont work for you.

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