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firehose-docker

Firehose as a Docker container. Configuration is passed using environment variables with --env or --env-file when running with docker run. Learn more about Firehose configuration at https://github.com/polleverywhere/firehose.

Usage

A typical way to run this image would be to pass an environment file and publish the needed port:

docker run --env-file $(pwd)/firehose.env -p 7474 --name firehose -d firehose/server

Then lookup the NAT port using:

docker port firehose 7474

Environment

An example firehose.env file might look like:

# URI to the Redis store
REDIS_URL=redis://redis.b3ldn2.0001.usw3.cache.amazonaws.com:6379/0

# The Rainbows! worker count to run
WORKER_PROCESSES=4

# Configure the verbosity of the logger
LOG_LEVEL=info

# Firehose port binding
PORT=7474

# Firehose IP address binding
HOST=0.0.0.0

# Server can be rainbows or thin
SERVER=rainbows

# Configure a production or development environment for Rainbows! or thin
RACK_ENV=production

Vagrant

You can build and run this image using Vagrant. With Vagrant 1.6 or higher installed:

vagrant up --provider docker

A small Docker Linux VM will be spun up prior to building the image when the host runs Mac OS X (Docker does not run on Mac OS X). You can SSH to the Docker VM by getting the ID of the VM from the vagrant global-status command:

vagrant global-status
id       name    provider   state     directory
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
af9f882  default virtualbox running   /Users/ubuntu/.vagrant.d/data/docker-host

Then connect to the Docker VM using vagrant ssh af9f882.

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