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Dokuwiki Docker Container
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DokuWiki Docker Container

Start

docker run -d -p 8080:80 --name wiki_instance dtwardow/dokuwiki app:start

You can login to the DokuWiki with the superuser account "admin" with the
password "admin". Please change the password on the first login.

Update Image

First stop your container

docker stop wiki_instance

Then run new container just to hold the volumes

docker run --volumes-from wiki_instance --name wiki_data

Now you can remove old container

docker rm wiki_instance

..and run a new one (you built, pulled before)

docker run -d -p 80:80 --name wiki_instance --volumes-from wiki_data dtwardow/dokuwiki app:start

afterwards you can remove data container if you want or keep it for next update

docker rm wiki_data

Backup and Restore

Backup to an external TAR-file:

docker run --rm -it --volumes-from wiki_data -v <path-to-transfer-dir>:/transfer.d dtwardow/dokuwiki app:backup

Restore from external TAR-file:

docker run --rm -it --volumes-from wiki_data -v <path-to-transfer-dir>:/transfer.d dtwardow/dokuwiki app:restore

Optimizing

Lighttpd configuration also includes rewrites, so you can enable
nice URLs in settings (Advanced -> Nice URLs, set to ".htaccess")

For better performance enable xsendfile in settings.
Set to proprietary lighttpd header (for lighttpd < 1.5)

Build your own

docker build -t own_dokuwiki .
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dtwardow
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