NABLA Jenkins slave Docker image
- Requires Ansible 18.104.22.168 or newer
- Expects Ubuntu
This playbook deploy a very basic jenkins slave with all the required tool needed for a developper or buildmaster or devops to work on NABLA projects.
This playbook is be used by Docker Hub to create a Docker image.
Goal of this project is to integrate of several roles done by the community.
Goal is to contribuate to the community as much as possible instead of creating a new role.
Goal is to ensure following roles (GIT submodules) to work in harmony.
Then run the playbook, like this:
ansible-playbook -i hosts -c local -v jenkins-slave-docker.yml -vvvv or setup.sh
Then create the docker hub image, like this:
docker build -f Dockerfile-jenkins-slave-ubuntu:16.04 -t "nabla/ansible-jenkins-slave-docker" . --no-cache --tag "latest" or build.sh
Then use the docker hub image, like this:
#Pull image docker pull nabla/ansible-jenkins-slave-docker #Start container docker run -t -d -w /sandbox/project-to-build -v /workspace/users/albandri30/:/sandbox/project-to-build:rw --name sandbox nabla/ansible-jenkins-slave-docker:latest cat #Build docker exec sandbox /opt/maven/apache-maven-3.5.0/bin/mvn -B -Djava.io.tmpdir=./tmp -Dmaven.repo.local=/home/jenkins/.m2/.repository -Dmaven.test.failure.ignore=true -s /home/jenkins/.m2/settings.xml -f nabla-servers-bower-sample/pom.xml clean install #Stop & remove container docker stop sandbox docker rm sandbox
When the playbook run completes, you should be able to build and test any NABLA projects, on the using the docker image in Jenkins with Jenkins Docker plugin.
This is a very simple playbook and could serve as a starting point for more complex projects.
Ideas for improvement
Here are some ideas for ways that these playbooks could be extended:
- Feel free to ask.
We would love to see contributions and improvements, so please fork this
repository and send us your changes via pull requests.