CentOS 6 dockerfile for PostgreSQL 9.6 and MADlib 1.10 (https://github.com/apache/incubator-madlib).
MADlib is a collection of UDFs for scalable in-database analytics and statistical modeling.
- This image is available on dockerhub
Alternatively, you can clone the git repo and build with
$ docker pull gmodena/centos-pgsql-madlib
PostreSQL listens on port 5432 in the container; if port 5432 is open on your host you can run:
$ docker run -dit -p 5432:5432 gmodena/centos-pgsql-madlib
otherwise, to assign a random port that maps to 5432 on the container:
$ docker run -dit -p 5432 gmodena/centos-pgsql-madlib
You can see the random port the container is listening on with:
$ docker ps
It might take a while for pgsql to start up. You cam monitor the service status with
$ pg_isready -h localhost -p 5432 localhost:5432 - accepting connections
- Usage and test
$ psql -h localhost -p 5432 -d maddb -U madlib --password
Schema | Name | Type | Owner
List of relations
madlib | migrationhistory | table | madlib
madlib | migrationhistory_id_seq | sequence | madlib
The default password for this user and database is password.
Examples for getting started with MADlib can be found at https://github.com/madlib/madlib-examples