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MediaGoblin
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Dockerized http://mediagoblin.org/

Demo MediaGoblin

All data are lost when the container is stopped.

sudo docker run -p 8080:80 dachary/mediagoblin
www-browser http://localhost:8080

The default user is admin, password admin.

Demo MediaGoblin locally

The image is built locally, there is no dependency to the Docker registry. All data are lost when the container is stopped.

git clone https://notabug.org/dachary/mediagoblin-docker.git
sudo docker build -t mediagoblin-demo mediagoblin-docker
sudo docker run -p 8080:80 mediagoblin-docker
www-browser http://localhost:8080

The default user is admin, password admin.

Run MediaGoblin

The data is preserved in /srv/mediagoblin.

git clone https://notabug.org/dachary/mediagoblin-docker.git
sudo docker build -t mediagoblin-demo mediagoblin-docker
sudo mkdir /srv/mediagoblin
sudo docker --name mediagoblin run -p 8080:80 \
     -v /srv/mediagoblin:/var/lib/mediagoblin \
     mediagoblin-docker
www-browser http://localhost:8080

The default user is admin, password admin.

Deploy MediaGoblin with Dokku

After installing Dokku, follow the Deploying to Dokku instructions to create the MediaGoblin v0.8.1 app. The following example is based on Dokku installed at gmg.the.re and creates http://loic.gmg.the.re/.

 dokku apps:create loic
 mkdir /srv/loic
 dokku docker-options:add loic deploy "-v /srv/loic:/var/lib/mediagoblin"
 git clone -b v0.8.1 https://notabug.org/dachary/mediagoblin-docker.git
 cd mediagoblin-docker
 git remote add dokku dokku@gmg.the.re:loic
 git push dokku v0.8.1:master
 www-browser http://loic.gmg.the.re/

To upgrade, remove the app and create a new one after pulling the desired MediaGoblin version.

 dokku --force apps:destroy loic
 git fetch origin
 git checkout -b v0.9.0 v0.9.0
 git push dokku v0.9.0:master

Upgrade MediaGoblin

If the data is preserved in /srv/mediagoblin as described above, upgrade by stopping the container and rebulding the image with the latest stable version.

sudo docker stop mediagoblin
rm -fr mediagoblin-docker
git clone https://notabug.org/dachary/mediagoblin-docker.git
sudo docker build -t mediagoblin-demo mediagoblin-docker
sudo docker --name mediagoblin run -p 8080:80 \
     -v /srv/mediagoblin:/var/lib/mediagoblin \
     mediagoblin-docker
www-browser http://localhost:8080

Maintaining the Dockerfile

The git repository has one branch per stable version. The master branch is always the latest stable, not the MediaGoblin development branch. This is to make it so PaaS like Dokku get the latest stable by
default instead of the unstable development version.

Publish to the Docker registry

Publish a new version:

version=0.8.1
git checkout -b v$version v$version
docker login
docker build -t dachary/mediagoblin:$version .
docker push dachary/mediagoblin:$version

Publish the latest:

docker build -t dachary/mediagoblin .
docker push dachary/mediagoblin
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