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Docker Bugzilla

Configure a running Bugzilla system using Docker

Features

  • Running latest Centos
  • Preconfigured with initial data and test product
  • Running Apache2 and MySQL Community Server 5.6
  • Openssh server so you can ssh in to the system to make changes
  • Code resides in /home/bugzilla/devel/htdocs/bugzilla and can be updated,
    diffed, and branched using standard git commands

How to install Docker and Fig

Linux

  1. Visit Docker and get docker up and running on your system.

  2. Visit Fig to install Fig for managing Docker containers.

OSX

  1. Visit Docker and get docker up and running on your system.

  2. Visit Fig to install Fig for managing multiple related Docker containers.

  3. Start boot2docker in a terminal once it is installed. Ensure that you run the
    export DOCKER_HOST=... lines when prompted:

$ boot2docker start
$ export DOCKER_HOST=tcp://192.168.59.103:2375

Windows

  1. Install the Windows boot2docker installer
  2. Run the "Boot2Docker Start" shortcut on the startmenu (this inits the VM,
    starts it and connects to it)
  3. Run the following in the boot2docker VM as a one-off:
echo 'alias fig='"'"'docker run --rm -it \
        -v $(pwd):/app \
        -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \
        -e FIG_PROJECT_NAME=$(basename $(pwd)) \
        dduportal/fig'"'" >> /home/docker/.ashrc
  1. Logout from the VM (ctrl+D)

Then all you need to do on later occasions is:

  1. Re-run "Boot2Docker Start" or from the console just enter:
boot2docker start && boot2docker ssh
  1. cd /c/Users/Username/src/bugzilla/contrib/docker (paths under c:\Users are
    automatically mapped by boot2docker from the client into the VM)
  2. fig build (and so on)`

Important boot2docker Notes

Due to an issue with installation of certain packages in Centos7 and the
default storage driver (AUFS) used by boot2docker, we need to change the
driver to devicemapper for the image build process to complete properly.

To do so, once you have boot2docker installed and the VM running, but before
performing the build process, do:

$ boot2docker ssh
Boot2Docker version 1.4.1, build master : 86f7ec8 - Tue Dec 16 23:11:29 UTC 2014
Docker version 1.4.1, build 5bc2ff8
docker@boot2docker:~$ echo 'EXTRA_ARGS="--storage-driver=devicemapper"' | sudo tee -a /var/lib/boot2docker/profile
docker@boot2docker:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/docker restart

Also before building, you will need to change value in the
checksetup_answers.txt file to match the IP address of the boot2docker VM.
You can find the IP address by running boot2docker ip.

For example, using a text editor, change the following line in
checksetup_answers.txt from:

$answer{'urlbase'} = 'http://localhost:8080/bugzilla/';

to

$answer{'urlbase'} = 'http://192.168.59.103:8080/bugzilla/';

How to build Bugzilla Docker image

To build a fresh image, just change to the directory containing the checked out
files and run the below command:

$ fig build

How to start Bugzilla Docker image

To start a new container (or rerun your last container) you simply do:

$ fig up

This will stay in the foreground and you will see the output from supervisord. You
can use the -d option to run the container in the background.

To stop, start or remove the container that was created from the last run, you can do:

$ fig stop
$ fig start
$ fig rm

How to access the Bugzilla container

If you are using Linux, you can simply point your browser to
http://localhost:8080/bugzilla to see the the Bugzilla home page.

If using boot2docker, you will need to use the IP address of the VM. You can
find the IP address using the boot2docker ip command. For example:

$ boot2docker ip
192.168.59.103

So would then point your browser to http://192.168.59.103:8080/bugzilla.

The Administrator username is admin@bugzilla.org and the password is password.
You can use the Administrator account to creat other users, add products or
components, etc.

You can also ssh into the container using ssh bugzilla@localhost -p2222 command.
The password is bugzilla. You can run multiple containers but you will need
to give each one a different name/hostname as well as non-conflicting ports
numbers for ssh and httpd.

TODO

  • Enable SSL support.
  • Enable memcached
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Comments (3)
timdinh
9 months ago

I would like to provision this in AWS Container Service and have the database reside in AWS RDS. If anyone done this before, would you be able to give us some pointer? We will be provisioning this setup and if anyone want to know our experience then let us know.

huggy
2 years ago

Hey there,

According to the info-page, bugzilla is located in devel/htdocs/bmo - whereas in the newest version, it is - at least for me - at devel/htdocs/bugzilla. Therefore, the target URL is http://host:port/bugzilla/ :-)

cthielen
3 years ago

Going to /bugzilla gives me a "Forbidden warning" and attempting to to ssh as bugzilla with the password 'bugzilla' gives me:

ssh bugzilla@localhost -p 2222
bugzilla@localhost's password:
Last login: Mon Aug 11 19:00:47 2014 from 172.17.42.1
Could not chdir to home directory /home/bugzilla: Permission denied
/bin/bash: Permission denied
Connection to localhost closed.

Any idea what's going on?