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Taiga image using stable branches based on https://hub.docker.com/r/benhutchins/taiga/
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What is Taiga?

Taiga is a project management platform for startups and agile developers & designers who want a simple, beautiful tool that makes work truly enjoyable.

taiga.io

How to use this image

There is an example project available at benhutchins/docker-taiga-example that provides base configuration files available for you to modify and allows you to easily install plugins. I recommend you clone this repo and modify the files, then use it's provided scripts to get started quickly.

git clone https://github.com/benhutchins/docker-taiga-example.git mytaiga && cd mytaiga/simple
vi taiga-conf/local.py # configuration for taiga-back
vi taiga-conf/conf.json # configuration for taiga-front
vi docker-compose.yml # update environmental variables
docker-compose up

Or to use this container directly, run:

docker run -itd \
  --link taiga-postgres:postgres \
  -p 80:80 \
  -e TAIGA_HOSTNAME=taiga.mycompany.net \
  -v ./media:/usr/src/taiga-back/media \
  benhutchins/taiga

See Summarize below for a complete example. Partial explanation of arguments:

  • --link is used to link the database container. See Configure Database below for more details.

Once your container is running, use the default administrator account to login: username is admin, and the password is 123123.

If you're having trouble connecting, make sure you've configured your TAIGA_HOSTNAME. It will default to localhost, which almost certainly is not what you want to use.

Extra configuration options

Use the following environmental variables to generate a local.py for taiga-back.

  • -e TAIGA_HOSTNAME= (required set this to the server host like taiga.mycompany.com)
  • -e TAIGA_SSL=True (see Enabling HTTPS below)
  • -e TAIGA_SECRET_KEY (set this to a random string to configure the SECRET_KEY value for taiga-back; defaults to an insecure random string)
  • -e TAIGA_SKIP_DB_CHECK (set to skip the database check that attempts to automatically setup initial database)

Configure Database

The above example uses --link to connect Taiga with a running postgres container. This is probably not the best idea for use in production, keeping data in docker containers can be dangerous.

Using Docker container

If you want to run your database within a docker container, simply start your database server before starting your Taiga container. Here is a simple example pulled from postgres's guide.

docker run --name taiga-postgres -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=mypassword -d postgres

Using Database server

You can use the following environment variables for connecting to another database server:

  • -e TAIGA_DB_NAME=... (defaults to postgres)
  • -e TAIGA_DB_HOST=... (defaults to the address of a linked postgres container)
  • -e TAIGA_DB_USER=... (defaults to postgres))
  • -e TAIGA_DB_PASSWORD=... (defaults to the password of the linked postgres container)

If the TAIGA_DB_NAME specified does not already exist on the provided PostgreSQL server, it will be automatically created the the Taiga's installation scripts will run to generate the required tables and default demo data.

An example docker run command using an external database:

docker run \
  --name mytaiga \
  -e TAIGA_DB_HOST=10.0.0.1 \
  -e TAIGA_DB_USER=taiga \
  -e TAIGA_DB_PASSWORD=mypassword \
  -itd \
  benhutchins/taiga

Taiga Events

Taiga has an optional dependency, taiga-events. This adds additional usability to Taiga. To support this, there is an optional docker dependency available called docker-taiga-events. It has a few dependencies of its own, so this is how you run it:

# Setup RabbitMQ and Redis services
docker run --name taiga-redis -d redis:3
docker run --name taiga-rabbit -d --hostname taiga rabbitmq:3

# Start up a celery worker
docker run --name taiga-celery -d --link taiga-rabbit:rabbit celery

# Now start the taiga-events server
docker run --name taiga-events -d --link taiga-rabbit:rabbit benhutchins/taiga-events

Then append the following arguments to your docker run command running your benhutchins/taiga container:

--link taiga-rabbit:rabbit
--link taiga-redis:redis
--link taiga-events:events

See the example below in Summarize section for an example docker run command.

Enabling HTTPS

If you want to enable support for HTTPS, you'll need to specify all of these additional arguments to your docker run command.

  • -e TAIGA_SSL=True
  • -v $(pwd)/ssl.crt:/etc/nginx/ssl/ssl.crt:ro
  • -v $(pwd)/ssl.key:/etc/nginx/ssl/ssl.key:ro

If you're using an older version of Docker, or using boot2docker or Docker Machine, you may need to mount /etc/nginx/ssl/ as a shared volume directory. Create a folder called ssl, place your ssl.crt and ssl.key inside this directory and then mount it with:

-v $(pwd)/ssl/:/etc/nginx/ssl/:ro

Volumes

Uploads to Taiga go to the media folder, located by default at /usr/src/taiga-back/media.

Use -v /my/own/media:/usr/src/taiga-back/media as part of your docker run command to ensure uploads are not lost easily.

Summarize

To sum it all up, if you want to run Taiga without using

docker run --name taiga-postgres -d -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=password postgres
docker run --name taiga-redis -d redis:3
docker run --name taiga-rabbit -d --hostname taiga rabbitmq:3
docker run --name taiga-celery -d --link taiga-rabbit:rabbit celery
docker run --name taiga-events -d --link taiga-rabbit:rabbit benhutchins/taiga-events

docker run -itd \
  --name taiga \
  --link taiga-postgres:postgres \
  --link taiga-redis:redis \
  --link taiga-rabbit:rabbit \
  --link taiga-events:events \
  -p 80:80 \
  -e TAIGA_HOSTNAME=$(docker-machine ip default) \
  -v ./media:/usr/src/taiga-back/media \
  benhutchins/taiga

Again, you can avoid all this by using benhutchins/docker-taiga-example and then just run docker-compose up.

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