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Last pushed: a year ago
Short Description
Defines the Java image from which we build our Java images (Tomcat, Karaf, etc), uses Open JDK.
Full Description

Islandora CLAW: Open JDK Docker Image

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Since Islandora CLAW has moved development to Drupal 8, our Docker images no longer function properly. We recommend using the vagrant build instead. Please follow the Islandora listserv and weekly CLAW Tech Calls for updates about the status of Docker and Ansible with Islandora CLAW.

Please note that even with vagrant, there is not yet a stable release of Islandora CLAW. We welcome your volunteer contributions to help get the project to production.

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Defines the Java Docker image from which we build our Java based images (Tomcat, Karaf, etc), uses OpenJDK.

Based on the Base Docker Image.


  • OpenJDK 8

Build Arguments

No build arguments are provided.


docker build -t islandora/claw-open-jdk .

Environment Variables

Variable Required Default

Example (foreground, auto-remove, interactive shell):

docker run --rm -ti islandora/claw-open-jdk ash


For convenience a number of commands are provided in the commands folder.

Command Arguments Defaults Notes
build Build this image with the default settings.
run ash Start container, execute the given arguments as a command, then exit.


  • UPEI
  • discoverygarden inc.
  • McMaster University
  • University of Limerick
  • York University
  • University of Manitoba
  • Simon Fraser University
  • PALS
  • American Philosophical Society
  • common media inc.

Current maintainers:


If you would like to contribute, please get involved by attending our weekly Tech Call. We love to hear from you!

If you would like to contribute code to the project, you need to be covered by an Islandora Foundation Contributor License Agreement or Corporate Contributor Licencse Agreement. Please see the Contributors pages on for more information.



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