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Nexus (CentOS 7)
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Dockr Image with Nexus build on top of official CentOS-7 image.


Too build just type:

docker build -t million12/nexus .  


Too run container:

docker run \
--name nexus \
-p 8081:8081 \

Access web-interface

Tool Link Credentials
Nexus http://${docker-machine ip default}:8081/nexus admin/admin123

Docker troubleshooting

Use docker command to see if all required containers are up and running:

$ docker ps -a

Check online logs of nexus container:

$ docker logs nexus

Attach to running nexus container (to detach the tty without exiting the shell,
use the escape sequence Ctrl+p + Ctrl+q):

$ docker attach nexus

Sometimes you might just want to review how things are deployed inside a running container, you can do this by executing a bash shell through docker's exec command:

docker exec -i -t nexus /bin/bash

History of an image and size of layers:

docker history --no-trunc=true million12/nexus | tr -s ' ' | tail -n+2 | awk -F " ago " '{print $2}'


Author: Przemyslaw Ozgo

Licensed under: The MIT License (MIT)

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