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This container provides Shaarli, a personal, minimalist, super-fast, no-database delicious clone.
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shaarli-docker

This container provides Shaarli, a personal, minimalist, super-fast, no-database delicious clone.

It is buit on PHP-FPM/Nginx.

Usage

Use the docker-compose.yml file provided. You need to install docker-compose version 2.
Remember to edit the port exposed by the shaarli container.

version: '2'
services:
  data:
    image: tianon/true
    volumes:
     - /usr/share/nginx/shaarli/data
    restart: always
  shaarli:
    image: kalumkalac/shaarli:0.7-1
    ports:
     - 8080:80
    volumes_from:
     - data
    restart: always

Using docker-compose

docker-compose up -d

Using docker run directly (not recommanded for production use)

docker run -d -p 8080:80 kalumkalac/shaarli

Production use

It's recommanded, if you have several applications on your server, to use a reverse proxy such as Nginx, which can additionnally handle SSL termination.

Here is an example of configuration to put in /etc/nginx/sites-enabled:

server {
  listen 80;
  server_name example.com;

  location / {
    proxy_pass http://localhost:8080; # Put here the port you map in your docker run command or docker compose file
    proxy_set_header        Host            $host;
    proxy_set_header        X-Real-IP       $remote_addr;
    proxy_set_header        X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
  }
}

Backup

All your data is stored in the folder /usr/share/nginx/shaarli/data accessible from the data container. Get the name of the data container using docker ps command. Then, use the docker cp command:

docker cp shaarli_data_1:/usr/share/nginx/shaarli/data/ ~/backup_dir

Restore

Do the opposite of backup. Get the name of the data container using docker ps command. Then, use the docker cp command:

docker cp ~/backup_dir shaarli_data_1:/usr/share/nginx/shaarli/data/

Upgrade

This protocol applies if you use the docker-compose installation.

To upgrade your shaarli installation to the last version, check if a new version of kalumkalac/shaarli docker is released.

Remove the shaarli container (safe since the data is in the data container).

docker-compose stop shaarli
docker-compose rm shaarli

Then use docker pull to pull the newest tag :

docker pull kalumkalac/shaarli:0.7-1

Update your docker-compose.yml file accordingly :

shaarli:
    image: kalumkalac/shaarli:0.7-1

Create the missing shaarli container with the docker-compose up command:

docker-compose up -d
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