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Minimal XMage Server
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XMage Server based on Alpine

Usage

docker run --rm -it \
    -p 17171:17171 \
    -p 17179:17179 \
    --add-host example.com:0.0.0.0 \
    -e "XMAGE_DOCKER_SERVER_ADDRESS=example.com" \
    goesta/xmage-alpine

XMage needs to know the domain name the server is running on. The --add-host option adds an entry to the containers /etc/hosts file for this domain.
Using the XMAGE_* environment variables you can modify the config.xml file.
You should always set XMAGE_DOCKER_SERVER_ADDRESS to the same value as --add-host.

If you dont have a Domain you can use a service like http://nip.io.

If you like to preserve the database during updates and restarts you can mount a volume at /xmage/mage-server/db

Example Docker Compose file

version: '2'
services:
mage:
    image: goesta/xmage-alpine
    ports:
     - "17171:17171"
     - "17179:17179"
    extra_hosts:
     - "example.com:0.0.0.0"
    environment:
     - XMAGE_DOCKER_SERVER_ADDRESS=example.com
     - XMAGE_DOCKER_SERVER_NAME=xmage-server
     - XMAGE_DOCKER_MAX_SECONDS_IDLE=6000
     - XMAGE_DOCKER_AUTHENTICATION_ACTIVATED=false
    volumes:
     - xmage-db:/xmage/mage-server/db
     - xmage-saved:/xmage/mage-server/saved
volumes:
    xmage-db:
        driver: local
    xmage-saved:
        driver: local

Links

Tutorial - Running XMage on DigitalOcean

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