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Docker-Centos-Nginx-PHP-Mongo-Redis-Memcached AND Node NPM
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Docker-Centos-Nginx-PHP-Mongo-Redis-Memcached

Created by @oBlank
Website : http://www.oBlank.com

Based on docker-php56-fpm-nginx, Docker-Centos-Nginx-PHP and ruby と mongodb, mysql, redis, memcached を入れた docker イメージを作ったメモ

Docker hub

An automated build docker image for this dockerfile is exist in docker hub. go to docker hub

pull command:

docker pull oblank/docker-centos-nginx-php-mongo-redis-memcached

and then you can go straight to <code>Step 4</code>.

Steps for creating yourself image from the Docker

Step 1 : Clone by git

Command:

git clone https://github.com/oblank/Docker-Centos-Nginx-PHP-Mongo-Redis-Memcached.git

Step 2 : Change the directory to the clone folder

Command:

cd Docker-Centos-Nginx-PHP-Mongo-Redis-Memcached

Step 3 : Create the Docker Image

Command:

sudo docker build -t ##NAME_OF_YOUR_DOCKER_IMAGE## .

Note :

a). This command will be fired where the DockerFile will be placed
b). ##NAME_OF_YOUR_DOCKER_IMAGE## : Replace it with your image name
c). . : (.) Symbols shows that your Dockerfile is available on the same directory where you are running the command.

Step 4 : Create container from the image

Command Syntax:

    sudo docker run --name [container name] -p [port to access (New Port):port exposed(original port)] -i -t [image name]

Command:

    sudo docker run --name ##NAME_OF_YOUR_DOCKER_CONTAINER## -d -p 8082:80 ##NAME_OF_YOUR_DOCKER_IMAGE##

Step 5 : Now you can access your Nginx container from your web browser.

Command:

    http://127.0.0.1:8082/

Some other important commands

  • docker images : To list all the images of your docker
  • docker ps : To list all the runing containers
  • docker kill ####CONTAINER_NAME#### : To kill the runing container</li>
  • docker rm ####CONTAINER_NAME#### : To delete the container from the system.
  • docker inspect ####CONTAINER_NAME#### : To get all the information about the container.
  • docker logs ####CONTAINER_NAME#### : To get the logs of the container.
  • docker ps -a: To get the listing of all the containers.

Additional Notes:

Command for attaching the volume of your hosted machine:

Command Syntax:

sudo docker run --name ##NAME_OF_YOUR_DOCKER_CONTAINER## -d -p 8082:80 -v ##HOSTED_VOLUME_LOCATION##:##CONTAINER_VOLUME_LOCATION## ##YOUR_IMAGE_NAME##

Command Example:

   sudo docker run --name apache_ins -d -p 8082:80 -v /var/www/kaushal:/data kaushal_nginx

Important! <code>docker rm ##CONTAINER_NAME##</code> will delete container without volume, unless you use <code>docker rm -v ##CONTAINER_NAME##</code> instead.

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