This is no longer maintained as mono-fastcgi-server is no longer maintained and performance tests showed apache with mono perform better. If you have a legacy web app you want to run use mono-apache or mono-nginx if you can self host the mono app.
MONO Configured with runit Dockerfile
This repository contains Dockerfile for publishing Docker's automated build to the public Docker Hub Registry with Runit as process with id 1 launching nginx and mono-fastcgi-server4 as services and supervising them.
Nginx is exposed from the container on port 80 and the mono-fastcgi-server4 loads the application from /var/www.
Base docker image
First you need to pull the image:
docker pull seif/docker-mono-fastcgi-nginx
Then build your project, create a Dockerfile, copy the application to /var/www and start runit:
FROM seif/docker-mono-fastcgi-nginx ADD buildOutput/website /var/www/ CMD ["/usr/sbin/runit_bootstrap"]
Build your container
docker build -t my_website .
Run it, forwarding the host's port 8080 to the container's port 80
docker run --rm -i -t -p 8080:80 my_website
You should now be able to access the site on your local machine port 8080