This docker image deploys a JIRA ServiceDesk instance.
Are exposed, ports
JIRA is installed, inside the container, in it's default location:
/opt/atlassian/jira. Mouting a volume here will allow you to tweak the installation.
Attention, JIRA ServiceDesk is not installed during this image build. JIRA's installation will only happen if
entrypoint script finds the install folder empty. This allows you to mount a volume at the install folder.
The installation path can be changed using
Data are stored in
/var/atlassian/jira instead of the default
/var/atlassian/application-data/jira. There is no valid explanation to this. I'm just lazy and I don't want to type long path when I mount the docker image's volumes.
The data path can be changed using
INSTALL_PATH, default value is
/opt/atlassian/jira, will be where the application is installed
DATA_PATH, default value is
/var/atlassian/jira, will be where the datas will be stored
Start the container
docker run -d -v your/install/path:/opt/atlassian/jira -v your/data/path:/var/atlassian/jira -p 8080:8080 notuscloud/jira-servicedesk
This a first draft of the container, I got to find a clean way to make this docker image lighter