- a MySQL server
How to start:
mkdir leed && cd leed git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:hervenicol/docker-leed.git . docker-compose up -d
Note: you actually only need docker-compose.yml file to start Leed
It exposes port 8006 on your server. You can change this by editing docker-compose.yml.
You should then give access to this container through your web server.
Here is a Apache example config:
ProxyPass "/leed" "http://localhost:8006" ProxyPassReverse "/leed" "http://localhost:8006"
Then go to:
...and configure Leed to access your database.
Now, Leed configuration and working data is reparted this way:
- database access information (login / password / database name...) is stored by the containers.
- user data (feed subscriptions and status) is stored in your database.
This means, if you wipe your containers with
docker-compose stop && docker-compose rm
... you can then re-enter your database credential and find again your Leed data in its stored state.