dockerfile for drupal
a docker configuration which will create a fully functional backend-stack to run a drupal installation
The docker container comes with 2 services, apache on 80 and ssh on 22. You will need to map your local installation to /var/www.
Logins / Passwords
ssh : root:root mysql : admin:admin drupal : admin: admin
Make sure you don't have a settings.php file in sites/default of your drupal-installation. This will instruct the scripts to run a minimal drupal install and enable the project's deploy module.
cd drupal-docker ./run.sh <project-name> <path-to-drupal-installation>
here's an example:
./run.sh myproject /vagrant
The run-script accepts several optional parametes:
- --http <port> public http-port
- --ssh <port> public ssh-port
- --vhost <name> sets an environment-var named VHOST, this will help in automated setups to get the virtual hostname via docker inspect
- --webRoot <root-folder> in case your drupal installation is part of a git repository you can set the webRoot explicitely
- --no-install will skip the installation part, useful if you use Fabalicious for deployment
./run.sh myproject /vagrant --http 80 --ssh 2222 --vhost myproject.dev
This will run drupal from the path /vagrant. and will create an image called myproject/latest and a container named myproject.
The script will create all necessary docker images and install a minimal drupal if no settings.php is found.
The docker-image install xhprof, if you want to use it with the devel module, use these settings:
XHProf-directory: /usr/share/php XHProf URL: http://<host>/xhprof
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