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Munki server based on Nginx
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docker-munki

A container that serves static files at http://munki/repo using nginx.

nginx expects the munki repo content to be located at /munki_repo. Use a data container and the --volumes-from option to add files.

Creating a Data Container:

Create a data-only container to host the Munki repo:
docker run -d --name munki-data --entrypoint /bin/echo nmcspadden/munki Data-only container for munki

For more info on data containers read Tom Offermann's blog post and the official documentation.

Run the Munki container:

If you have an existing Munki repo on the host, you can mount that folder directly by using this option instead of --volumes-from:

-v /path/to/munki/repo:/munki_repo

Otherwise, use --volumes-from the data container:
docker run -d --name munki --volumes-from munki-data -p 80:80 -h munki nmcspadden/munki

Populate the Munki server (optional):

The easiest way to populate the Munki server is to hook the munki-data volume up to a Samba container and share it out to a Mac, using my SMB-Munki container:

  1. docker pull nmcspadden/smb-munki
  2. docker run -d -p 445:445 --volumes-from munki-data --name smb nmcspadden/smb-munki
  3. You may need to change permissions on the mounted share, or change the samba.conf to allow for guest read/write permissions. One example:
    chown -R nobody:nogroup /munki_repo
    chmod -R ugo+rwx /munki_repo
  4. Populate the Munki repo using the usual tools - munkiimport, manifestutil, makecatalogs, etc.
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