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Docker apache2 container

Standard apache2 container based on ubuntu
exposes /etc/apache2, /etc/ssl, /var/www/html as volumes and port 80 and 443 as tcp ports.

Create instance

With persistant storage

docker run -d --name frontend-storage enonic/apache2 echo "frontend storage"
docker wait frontend-storage
docker run -d --name frontend -p 80:80 -p 443:443 --volumes-from frontend-storage -h enonic/apache2

Without persistant storage

docker run -d --name frontend -p 80:80 -p 443:443 --volumes-from frontend-storage -h enonic/apache2


Generate Enonic XP reverse proxy config

docker exec frontend gen_proxy_conf <remote server adress>:<remote server port> <host name>

Remove vhost config

docker exec frontend rm_vhost_conf <hostname>

Gracefull reload of config

docker exec frontend reload_apache2

Restart service

docker exec frontend apache2ctl restart

test config

docker exec frontend apache2ctl -t

rsync static files from local filesystem

This command syncs files to the containers htdocs ( /var/www/html ). Example command here:

docker run -it --rm  --name frontend-static-file-sync -v /tmp/static-files-target:/newfiles --volumes-from frontend-storage -h enonic/apache2 sync_static_files

Shell to access persistant storage

docker run -it --rm --name frontend-shell--volumes-from frontend-storage -h enonic/apache2 bash

Configuring vhosts for linked containers

All vhost configurations than connects to a linked container has to be generated at startup. This means that for every vhost, we create a template that will be transformed on startup by the launcher script. To generate a templete for the domain, simply run the gen_linking_proxy_conf <domain name> command eiter by docker exec or trough shell access to the persistant storage volume

Create vhost template

docker exec frontend  gen_linking_proxy_conf <servername>

Delete vhost template

docker exec frontend  rm_linking_proxy_conf
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