For a few releases in a row now, Basho has packaged a fork of Erlang/OTP along
with Riak/Riak CS. If you're installing Riak/Riak CS from a package, all of
the hard work has been taken care of for you. If you are installing from
source, then you may want to install the forked version of Erlang/OTP as well.
Dockerfile aids building Basho's forked version of Erlang/OTP. The most
recent fork is
R16B02_basho5, which is meant to be paired with Riak 2.0.
Note: All patches included in the Basho fork have already been adopted in
later versions of the official Erlang/OTP release.
$ git clone https://github.com/hectcastro/docker-basho-otp.git $ cd docker-riak $ make build
$ docker run -t -i hectcastro/basho-otp /bin/bash root@af6bd028333c:/# erl Erlang R16B02-basho5 (erts-5.10.3) [source] [64-bit] [smp:4:4] [async-threads:10] [kernel-poll:false] Eshell V5.10.3 (abort with ^G) 1>
image has the ability to enable an insecure key for conveniently logging
into a container via SSH. It is enabled in the
Dockerfile by default here:
In order to login to the container via SSH using the insecure key, follow
the steps below.
docker inspect to determine the container IP address:
$ docker inspect $CONTAINER_ID | grep IPAddress "IPAddress": "172.17.0.2",
Download the insecure key, alter its permissions, and use it to SSH into the
container via its IP address:
$ curl -o insecure_key -fSL https://github.com/phusion/baseimage-docker/raw/master/image/insecure_key $ chmod 600 insecure_key $ ssh -i insecure_key email@example.com
Note: If you're using
boot2docker, ensure that you're
issuing the SSH command from within the virtual machine running