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Bugzilla 5.0rc3 container for use with a PostgreSQL container
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Bugzilla v5.0rc3 with a (Postgresql) Database Container and data-volume.

This is mostly based upon dklawren/docker-bugzilla and hbokh/docker-jira-postgresql. It has been changed so that the database is installed in a linked container and can be configured when the container is started. By default (and currently the only configuration I've tested) this expects a Postgresql database.


1. Create a data-only container

Create a data-only container from Busybox (very small footprint) and name it "bugzilla_datastore":
docker run -v /data --name=bugzilla_datastore -d busybox echo "PSQL Data"

NOTE: data-only containers don't have to run / be active to be used.

2. Create a PostgreSQL container

Any database container should work. I've been using a modified version of paintedfox/postgresql to work around an issue with a missing directory (/var/run/postgresql/9.3-main.pg_stat_tmp/). This is available from gameldar/postgresql.

The container can be run with the following (remembering to use the volume "bugzilla_data
store". Environment variables can be changed to whatever you like:
docker run -d --name postgresql -e USER="bugs" -e DB="bugs" -e PASS="bugs" --volumes-from bugzilla_datastore gameldar/postgresql

3. Start the Bugzilla container

The bugzilla container can be started now. The following environment variables are available at instantiation of the container:

The container can be run with:
docker run -d --name bugzilla -p 8080:80 -e --link postgresql:db gameldar/bugzilla

Bugzilla will start up and be available on http://localhost:8080/bugzilla/. You can then log in with the ADMIN_EMAIL and ADMIN_PASSWORD values and away you go.

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