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Docker image for Solr.
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docker-solr

This is a Docker image for Apache Solr.

What is Solr?

Solr (pronounced "solar") is an open source enterprise search platform, written in Java, from the Apache Lucene project. Its major features include full-text search, hit highlighting, faceted search, real-time indexing, dynamic clustering, database integration, NoSQL features[1] and rich document (e.g., Word, PDF) handling. Providing distributed search and index replication, Solr is designed for scalability and Fault tolerance.

Learn more about Solr on the Solr Wiki.

How to build this Docker image

$ git clone git@github.com:mosuka/docker-solr.git ${HOME}/git/docker-solr
$ cd ${HOME}/git/docker-solr
$ docker build -t mosuka/docker-solr:latest .

How to pull this Docker image

$ docker pull mosuka/docker-solr:latest

How to use this Docker image

Standalone Solr example

1. Start standalone Solr

$ docker run -d -p 8984:8983 --name solr -e ENABLE_CORS=true -e CORE_NAME=collection1 mosuka/docker-solr:6.1.0
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2. Check container ID

$ docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                      COMMAND                  CREATED              STATUS              PORTS                                         NAMES
8b141e3e7c23        mosuka/docker-solr:6.1.0   "/usr/local/bin/docke"   About a minute ago   Up About a minute   7983/tcp, 18983/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8984->8983/tcp   solr

3. Get container IP

$ SOLR_CONTAINER_IP=$(docker inspect -f '{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}' solr)
$ echo ${SOLR_CONTAINER_IP}
172.17.0.2

4. Get host IP and port

$ SOLR_HOST_IP=$(docker-machine ip default)
$ SOLR_HOST_IP=${SOLR_HOST_IP:-127.0.0.1}
$ echo ${SOLR_HOST_IP}
192.168.99.100

$ SOLR_HOST_PORT=$(docker inspect -f '{{ $port := index .NetworkSettings.Ports "8983/tcp" }}{{ range $port }}{{ .HostPort }}{{ end }}' solr)
$ echo ${SOLR_HOST_PORT}
8984

5. Open Solr Admin UI in a browser

$ SOLR_ADMIN_UI=http://${SOLR_HOST_IP}:${SOLR_HOST_PORT}/solr/#/
$ echo ${SOLR_ADMIN_UI}
http://192.168.99.100:8984/solr/#/

Open Solr Admin UI in a browser.

6. Stop standalone Solr

$ docker stop solr; docker rm solr
solr
solr

SolrCloud (2 shards across 4 nodes with replication factor 2) example

1. Start Zookeeper

Run ZooKeeper. See following URL:

2. Start SolrCloud

$ docker run -d -p 8984:8983 --name=solr1 -e ENABLE_CORS=true -e COLLECTION_NAME=collection1 -e ZK_HOST=${ZOOKEEPER_CONTAINER_IP}:2181/solr -e NUM_SHARDS=2 -e REPLICATION_FACTOR=1 -e MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE=1 mosuka/docker-solr:6.1.0
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$ docker run -d -p 8985:8983 --name=solr2 -e ENABLE_CORS=true -e COLLECTION_NAME=collection1 -e ZK_HOST=${ZOOKEEPER_CONTAINER_IP}:2181/solr -e NUM_SHARDS=2 -e REPLICATION_FACTOR=1 -e MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE=1 mosuka/docker-solr:6.1.0
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$ docker run -d -p 8986:8983 --name=solr3 -e ENABLE_CORS=true -e COLLECTION_NAME=collection1 -e ZK_HOST=${ZOOKEEPER_CONTAINER_IP}:2181/solr -e NUM_SHARDS=2 -e REPLICATION_FACTOR=1 -e MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE=1 mosuka/docker-solr:6.1.0
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$ docker run -d -p 8987:8983 --name=solr4 -e ENABLE_CORS=true -e COLLECTION_NAME=collection1 -e ZK_HOST=${ZOOKEEPER_CONTAINER_IP}:2181/solr -e NUM_SHARDS=2 -e REPLICATION_FACTOR=1 -e MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE=1 mosuka/docker-solr:6.1.0
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3. Check container ID

$ docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                                 COMMAND                  CREATED              STATUS              PORTS                                         NAMES
050266bf5d3c        mosuka/docker-solr:release-5.5        "/usr/local/bin/docke"   11 seconds ago       Up 11 seconds       7983/tcp, 18983/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8987->8983/tcp   solr4
a9389a7561bc        mosuka/docker-solr:release-5.5        "/usr/local/bin/docke"   28 seconds ago       Up 27 seconds       7983/tcp, 18983/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8986->8983/tcp   solr3
1c51e8523907        mosuka/docker-solr:release-5.5        "/usr/local/bin/docke"   45 seconds ago       Up 45 seconds       7983/tcp, 18983/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8985->8983/tcp   solr2
dabeb0bb021a        mosuka/docker-solr:release-5.5        "/usr/local/bin/docke"   About a minute ago   Up About a minute   7983/tcp, 18983/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8984->8983/tcp   solr1
fc8b3b3ed997        mosuka/docker-zookeeper:release-3.5   "/usr/local/bin/docke"   18 hours ago         Up 18 hours         2888/tcp, 3888/tcp, 0.0.0.0:2182->2181/tcp    zookeeper

4. Get container IP and port

$ SOLR_1_CONTAINER_IP=$(docker inspect -f '{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}' solr1)
$ echo ${SOLR_1_CONTAINER_IP}
172.17.0.5

$ SOLR_2_CONTAINER_IP=$(docker inspect -f '{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}' solr2)
$ echo ${SOLR_2_CONTAINER_IP}
172.17.0.6

$ SOLR_3_CONTAINER_IP=$(docker inspect -f '{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}' solr3)
$ echo ${SOLR_3_CONTAINER_IP}
172.17.0.7

$ SOLR_4_CONTAINER_IP=$(docker inspect -f '{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}' solr4)
$ echo ${SOLR_4_CONTAINER_IP}
172.17.0.8

5. Get host IP and port

$ SOLR_HOST_IP=$(docker-machine ip default)
$ echo ${SOLR_HOST_IP}
192.168.99.100

$ SOLR_1_HOST_PORT=$(docker inspect -f '{{ $port := index .NetworkSettings.Ports "8983/tcp" }}{{ range $port }}{{ .HostPort }}{{ end }}' solr1)
$ echo ${SOLR_1_HOST_PORT}
8984

$ SOLR_2_HOST_PORT=$(docker inspect -f '{{ $port := index .NetworkSettings.Ports "8983/tcp" }}{{ range $port }}{{ .HostPort }}{{ end }}' solr2)
$ echo ${SOLR_2_HOST_PORT}
8985

$ SOLR_3_HOST_PORT=$(docker inspect -f '{{ $port := index .NetworkSettings.Ports "8983/tcp" }}{{ range $port }}{{ .HostPort }}{{ end }}' solr3)
$ echo ${SOLR_3_HOST_PORT}
8986

$ SOLR_4_HOST_PORT=$(docker inspect -f '{{ $port := index .NetworkSettings.Ports "8983/tcp" }}{{ range $port }}{{ .HostPort }}{{ end }}' solr4)
$ echo ${SOLR_4_HOST_PORT}
8987

6. Open Solr Admin UI in a browser

$ SOLR_1_ADMIN_UI=http://${SOLR_HOST_IP}:${SOLR_1_HOST_PORT}/solr/#/
$ echo ${SOLR_1_ADMIN_UI}
http://192.168.99.100:8984/solr/#/

$ SOLR_2_ADMIN_UI=http://${SOLR_HOST_IP}:${SOLR_2_HOST_PORT}/solr/#/
$ echo ${SOLR_2_ADMIN_UI}
http://192.168.99.100:8985/solr/#/

$ SOLR_3_ADMIN_UI=http://${SOLR_HOST_IP}:${SOLR_3_HOST_PORT}/solr/#/
$ echo ${SOLR_3_ADMIN_UI}
http://192.168.99.100:8986/solr/#/

$ SOLR_4_ADMIN_UI=http://${SOLR_HOST_IP}:${SOLR_4_HOST_PORT}/solr/#/
$ echo ${SOLR_4_ADMIN_UI}
http://192.168.99.100:8987/solr/#/

Open Solr Admin UI in a browser.

7. Create Collection

$ COLLECTION_NAME=collection1
$ COLLECTION_CONFIG_NAME=data_driven_schema_configs
$ NUM_SHARDS=2
$ REPLICATION_FACTOR=2
$ docker exec -it solr1 ./bin/solr create_collection -c ${COLLECTION_NAME} -d ${COLLECTION_CONFIG_NAME} -n ${COLLECTION_NAME}_config -shards ${NUM_SHARDS} -replicationFactor ${REPLICATION_FACTOR}

Connecting to ZooKeeper at 172.17.0.2:2181,172.17.0.3:2181,172.17.0.4:2181/solr ...
Uploading /opt/solr-5.5.0/server/solr/configsets/data_driven_schema_configs/conf for config collection1_config to ZooKeeper at 172.17.0.2:2181,172.17.0.3:2181,172.17.0.4:2181/solr

Creating new collection 'collection1' using command:
http://localhost:8983/solr/admin/collections?action=CREATE&name=collection1&numShards=2&replicationFactor=2&maxShardsPerNode=1&collection.configName=collection1_config

{
  "responseHeader":{
    "status":0,
    "QTime":21682},
  "success":{"":{
      "responseHeader":{
        "status":0,
        "QTime":20873},
      "core":"collection1_shard2_replica1"}}}

8. Stop SolrCloud

$ docker stop solr1 solr2 solr3 solr4; docker rm solr1 solr2 solr3 solr4
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