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Taiga backend container 3.0
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kalumkalac/taiga-back

Taiga is a project management platform for startups and agile developers & designers who want a simple, beautiful tool that makes work truly enjoyable.

This Docker image can be used for running the Taiga backend. It works together with the kalumkalac/taiga-front-dist image.

This image is based on the work of htdvisser

Running

A postgres container should be linked to the taiga-back container. The taiga-back container will use the POSTGRES_USER and POSTGRES_PASSWORD environment variables that are supplied to the postgres container.

docker run --name taiga_back_container_name --link postgres_container_name:postgres kalumkalac/taiga-back

Docker-compose

For a complete taiga installation (kalumkalac/taiga-back and kalumkalac/taiga-front-dist) you can use this docker-compose configuration:

data:
  image: tianon/true
  volumes:
    - /var/lib/postgresql/data
    - /usr/local/taiga/media
    - /usr/local/taiga/static
    - /usr/local/taiga/logs
db:
  image: postgres
  environment:
    POSTGRES_USER: taiga
    POSTGRES_PASSWORD: password
  volumes_from:
    - data
taigaback:
  image: kalumkalac/taiga-back:stable
  hostname: dev.example.com
  environment:
    SECRET_KEY: examplesecretkey
    EMAIL_USE_TLS: True
    EMAIL_HOST: smtp.gmail.com
    EMAIL_PORT: 587
    EMAIL_HOST_USER: youremail@gmail.com
    EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD: yourpassword
  links:
    - db:postgres
  volumes_from:
    - data
taigafront:
  image: kalumkalac/taiga-front-dist:stable
  hostname: dev.example.com
  links:
    - taigaback
  volumes_from:
    - data
  ports:
    - 0.0.0.0:80:80

Environment

  • SECRET_KEY defaults to "insecurekey", but you might want to change this.
  • DEBUG defaults to False
  • TEMPLATE_DEBUG defaults to False
  • PUBLIC_REGISTER_ENABLED defaults to True

Domain configuration:

  • API_SCHEME defaults to "http". Use https if kalumkalac/taiga-front-dist is used and SSL enabled.
  • API_DOMAIN defaults to "$HOSTNAME"
  • FRONT_SCHEME defaults to "http". Use https if kalumkalac/taiga-front-dist is used and SSL enabled.
  • FRONT_DOMAIN defaults to "$HOSTNAME"

URLs for static files and media files from taiga-back:

  • MEDIA_URL defaults to "$FRONT_SCHEME://$HOSTNAME/media/"
  • STATIC_URL defaults to "$FRONT_SCHEME://$HOSTNAME/static/"

Email configuration:

  • EMAIL_USE_TLS defaults to False
  • EMAIL_HOST defaults to "localhost"
  • EMAIL_PORT defaults to "25"
  • EMAIL_HOST_USER defaults to ""
  • EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD defaults to ""
  • DEFAULT_FROM_EMAIL defaults to "no-reply@example.com"

Database configuration:

  • POSTGRES_DB_NAME. Use to override database name.
  • POSTGRES_USER. Use to override user specified in linked postgres container.
  • POSTGRES_PASSWORD. Use to override password specified in linked postgres container.

Backup Taiga

Backup database:

docker exec -ti taiga_db_container su postgres -c "pg_dump -U taiga -c taiga" > taiga_dump.sql

Backup static files:

docker run --rm --volumes-from taiga_data_container alpine tar -c /usr/local/taiga/media /usr/local/taiga/static /usr/local/taiga/logs | gzip > taiga_data.tar.gz

Restore Taiga

Restore database:

docker exec -ti taiga_db_container su postgres -c "psql -c 'drop database taiga'"
docker exec -ti taiga_db_container su postgres -c "psql -c 'create database taiga'"
docker exec -i taiga_db_container su postgres -c "psql -U taiga taiga" < test_dump.sql

Restore static files:

docker run --rm --volumes-from taia_data_container -v /path/to/taiga_data.tar.gz:/taiga_data.tar.gz alpine tar xzf /taiga_data.tar.gz

Upgrade Taiga

To upgrade Taiga, proceed a backup of Taiga.

Stop and remove Taiga containers:

docker-compose stop
docker-compose rm

Change your docker-compose.yml file to change the version of the images:

[...]
taigaback:
  image: kalumkalac/taiga-back:new_version
[...]
taigafront:
  image: kalumkalac/taiga-front-dist:new_version
[...]

Up the containers:

docker-compose up

Proceed with a restore.

Apply the upgrade steps from Taiga support page in the container using docker exec:

docker exec -ti taiga_back_container bash

DO NOT APPLY THESE STEPS SINCE THEY ARE ALREADY DONE IN THE BUILDING OF THE IMAGE:

cd ~/taiga-back
git checkout stable
workon taiga
git pull

Proceed directly with these steps:

cd /usr/local/taiga/taiga-back
pip install --upgrade -r requirements.txt

Restart containers:

docker-compose restart
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