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Short Description
Image holding the Zookeeper UI (
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Zookeeper UI which connects automatically to leader.zookeeper.service.consul,follower.*.

The login credentials are admin/manager.

External Zookeeper

The service zkui is by default disable and waits for a zookeeper service to pop up in consul.
Maybe a more common usecase is to spin the container up (independent from consul) to just look into
an zookeeper cluster in your infrastructure.

To do so, just fire up:

$ docker run -d --name zkui -p 9090:9090 -e ZKUI_ZK_SERVER=<external_DNS/IP>:2181[,<external_DNS/IP>:2181] qnib/zkui

The credentials are

  • admin/admin for read/write access, to change the password provide ZKUI_ADMIN_PW=pass
  • user/user for read-only access, to change the password provide ZKUI_USER_PW=pass

    Security considerations: As the password is part of the inspectable (docker inspect) container it is not really a super secure way. If someone has access as admin he can delete stuff... So handle with care... :)

This will spin 'em up and point the config to the provided ZK cluster.

Compose File

To run the stack in a consul environment just spawn the compose file.

$ docker-compose up -d
Creating consul
Creating zookeeper
Creating zkui

After a bit all services should be green within Consul <docker-host>:8500.


After the services are up'n'running just head over to the WebUI <docker-host>:9090. The login is admin/admin.

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Comments (2)
17 days ago

agree with @mrperson the same problem - latest version doesn't work

a month ago

this version doesnt work. since all images are tagged as latest, you cant specify an older version very easy.

docker pull qnib/zkui@sha256:10ad5ac96d1b61fb7bab38788ea2af347172fadefbbdca35b8e99719121d99af
docker tag qnib/zkui@sha256:10ad5ac96d1b61fb7bab38788ea2af347172fadefbbdca35b8e99719121d99af zkui:2016
docker run -d -p 9090:9090 -e ZKUI_ZK_SERVER=<ip_address>:2181 zkui:2016