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Customized version of Antidote.
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Getting started locally

Prerequisites

  • Working recent version of Docker (1.12 and up recommended)

Starting a local node

Start a local node with the command

docker run -d --name antidote -p "8087:8087" mweber/antidotedb

This should fetch the Antidote image automatically. For updating to the latest version use the command docker pull mweber/antidotedb.

Wait until Antidote is ready. The current log can be inspected with docker logs antidote. Wait until the log message Application antidote started on node 'antidote@127.0.0.1' appears.

Antidote should now be running on port 8087 on localhost.

Building the image locally

For building the Docker image on your local machine, use the following command

docker build -f Dockerfiles/Dockerfile -t antidotedb/antidote Dockerfiles
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