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New upsource version for Docker
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docker-upsource

Docker image of JetBrains' UpSource

Usage

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Create and mount an Upsource Data Volume Container

It's best to persist your Upsource data in a named Data Volume Container for the following reasons:

  • decoupled for the application image upgrades
  • can be backed-up, restored or migrated
$ sudo docker create \
    -v /opt/Upsource/conf \
    -v /opt/Upsource/data \
    -v /opt/Upsource/logs \
    -v /opt/Upsource/backups \
    --name upsource-data busybox /bin/true

Install/Setup

Before running Upsource, configure the listen port e.g. 8090and
domain e.g. localhost:8090 to assign to the instance.

N.B. The port specified for --listen-port and --base-url must be the same.

$ sudo docker run \
    --rm \
    --volumes-from upsource-data \
    -u=root \
    --name upsource
    oreomitch/docker-upsource:latest bin/upsource.sh configure \
    --listen-port 8090 \
    --base-url http://localhost:8090

Run

To run Upsource, in a debug manner:

$ sudo docker run \
    -u=root \
    --rm \
    -p [host-port]:[container-port] \
    --volumes-from upsource-data \
    --name upsource
    oreomitch/docker-upsource:latest bin/upsource.sh run

Alternatively, the container can be launched by:

$ sudo docker run \
    -d
    -u=root \
    --rm \
    -p [host-port]:[container-port] \
    --volumes-from upsource-data \
    --name upsource
    oreomitch/docker-upsource:latest bin/upsource.sh run
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