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Imagem do docker para o pgadmin4
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pgAdmin 4

This is a simple Docker image for running pgAdmin 4 in a container. It is not
intended for production use (it runs in "desktop mode", so authentication
is disabled).

IMPORTANT: As of version 1.0, this image uses an unprivileged user, and
uses port 5050 instead of 80. To access the web-interface on port 80,
use port-mapping; -p 80:5050.

Example use

Quick start

To see this image in action, run the following command;

$ docker run --rm -p 5050:5050 thajeztah/pgadmin4

This starts a one-off container in non-detached mode, and container logs are
printed in your terminal. After the container has finished starting, visit
http://[your-docker-host]:5050 in your browser to try pgAdmin 4.

To exit and remove the container, press CTRL+C in your terminal.

Practical example

This example uses a custom network, and runs a PostgreSQL container.

# create a custom network for easier connecting
$ docker network create pg

# start a postgres container
$ docker run -d -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=password --net pg --name postgres postgres

# start pgAdmin container
$ docker run -d -p 5050:5050 --name pgadmin --net pg thajeztah/pgadmin4

Now visit http://[your-docker-host]:5050 in your browser. You can add the
postgres database (hostname is postgres, password is password) to test
if everything is working.

Persistent data

Persistent data is stored in a volume, located at /pgadmin/. This allows
you to upgrade the container to a new version without losing configuration.

The following directories can be found inside the volume;

  • /pgadmin/config/pgadmin4.db - SQLite configuration database
  • /pgadmin/storage/ - other storage

You can override the storage location by setting the PG_ADMIN_DATA_DIR
environment variable

Unprivileged user

pgAdmin runs as an unprivileged user (pgadmin) with uid:gid 1000:50.
The uid:gid is selected for compatibility with Docker Toolbox, and allows
you to bind-mount a local directory inside the container for persistent

For example, to bind-mount the /Users/me/pgadmin directory as storage directory;

$ docker run -d -p 5050:5050 -v /Users/me/pgadmin:/pgadmin thajeztah/pgadmin4

Run the image with a read-only filesystem

This image can be run with a read-only filesystem. To do so, specify the
--read-only flag when starting the container.

$ docker run -d -p 5050:5050 --name pgadmin --read-only thajeztah/pgadmin4

Runtime configuration

This image can be configured at runtime, by setting environment variables;

  • PG_ADMIN_DATA_DIR directory to use for storing data (defaults to /pgadmin/)
  • PG_ADMIN_PORT port to listen on (defaults to 5050)
  • DEBUG enable debug mode (detaults to False)

More information on pgAdmin 4 development can be found here;

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