This Docker image installs Adobe Experience Manager 6.0, and allows it
to be run within a Docker container.
*You must have a copy of the AEM 6 installation Media for this to work
You must copy your AEM installation media into the base directory before
running this image. The image expects the following files within the base directory:
Create a new Dockerfile within your directory, and insert the following:
# DOCKER-VERSION 1.0.1 FROM ggotti/aem-author MAINTAINER <your_username>
Then execute your build:
docker build --tag="<your_build_tag>" .
To run your image, with the AEM instance:
$ docker run --name AEM_AUTH -p 4502:4502 -d "<your_build_tag>"
-dwill run a detached session running in the background
--namewill assign the given name to the running container instance
<your_build_tag>the name of your docker image
-p 4502:4502will expose the AEM default author port
I am facing issues with images, when I am trying to run in the centos7 machine, can you please let me know the reason for it?
which is docker base directory please?
how big is the repository?