QueueMetrics is a call-center monitoring and reporting tool for the Asterisk PBX. See http://queuemetrics.com
Image exposes port 8080, so you should start it as:
docker run -p 8080:8080 -P -d loway/queuemetrics
Connect via web to port 8080 and login as "demoadmin" password "demo" (remember to change the password afterwards!)
Running in production
If you want your image to have a permanent data folder (so you can e.g. upgrade or restart without losing anything), you can do something like:
docker run --name=MYQM loway/data true docker run --volumes-from MYQM -p 8080:8080 -P -d loway/queuemetrics
This will create a data-only container called MYQM and will attach it to your QueueMetrics instance. You can then stop, delete and restart the QueueMetrics container (e.g. when upgrading) and all meaningful configuration will be in MYQM.
- you can control the total amount of memory QM uses through
- to make a database backup, connect over docker exec and run a
mysqldump(already installed) of database
podéis mostrar el dockerfile?
It would be good to be able to override the MySQL settings so an external database can be used.