Supported tags and respective
- passenger (Dockerfile)
This extends the official redmine image to add support for AWS S3, the configuration for the database is the same as that image
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How to use this image
Use the envrionment variables to set configuration parameters for redmine:
REDMINE_DB_MYSQL=db-host REDMINE_DB_USERNAME=db-username REDMINE_DB_PASSWORD=db-password REDMINE_DB_DATABASE=db-name
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=aws-access-key AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=aws-secret-key S3_BUCKET=bucket-name
See this link for details of the required settings, simply prefix the variable name with
REDMINE_CONFIG_EMAIL_, for example to use sendmail set the following:
configuration.yml.example file in the
config folder to see what variables are available. To set a configuration value add an environment variable prefixed with
REDMINE_CONFIG_ followed by the configuration name and value.
--privileged flag is required, without it you'll get a
fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first error and the folder won't mount.
Create an environment variables file and add the required environment variables.
On the command line run:
docker run --rm --env-file docker-redmine-env --privileged -p 3000:3000 jmssmth/redmine-s3:passenger
localhost:3000 in your browser.