ServiceStack on Linux - Docker Image
This repo builds a Docker image that hosts the ServiceStack Hello World example application (extracted from ServiceStack/ServiceStack.Examples) using Linux/Nginx/Mono FastCGI.
This image can be used as, according to need,
- a proof of concept, used to evaluate Linux based .Net web app hosting
- a ServeStack dev or qa environment, or
- a base upon which to build a Docker image for another .Net web app.
How to Use the Image
In your host machine with docker installed, run the image as follows:
vagrant@precise64:~$ sudo docker pull marfarma/servicestack.hello vagrant@precise64:~$ sudo docker run marfarma/servicestack.hello * Starting nginx nginx ...done.
In a second terminal running on the same host as above, use the
docker ps command to determine the port that nginx is using. In the example below, it's 49181.
vagrant@precise64:~$ sudo docker ps ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS 21b021cf47b7 marfarma/servicestack.hello:latest /var/www/hello/start 27 seconds ago Up 27 seconds 49181->80 3976891e4e44 shykes/couchdb:2013-05-03 /bin/sh -e /usr/bin/ 9 days ago Up 9 days 49153->5984
To see the service running in the docker container, you would use the port from the ps command and, using your browser, visit:
To stop the server just hit "Control+C" in the first terminal.
The setup largely follows this tutorial, http://jokecamp.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/servicestack-api-with-fastcgi-mono-server-and-nginx-hosted-on-digitalocean/ and also exhibits the same bug:
With every request, even successful requests I see the below message logged in the console. I do not know the source of this but the API should still be working fine and returning results.
Error Failed to process connection. Reason: The object was used after being disposed.