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Visual regression testing suite
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Drulenium testing with Docker

Quick and easy to use Docker container for your local Drulenium testing. It contains a LAMP stack and an SSH server, along with an up to date version of Drush. It is based on Debian Jessie.


Using graphical interface through Kitematic


Clone the repository locally and build it:

git clone
cd docker-drulenium
docker-compose up

Notice that there are several branches. The master branch always refers to the current recommended major Drulenium version.

Running it

  1. After docker-compose up Go to http://[my-docer-machine-ip-address]:8080/
  2. You can get the IP by running the command docker-machine ip
  3. Log into the Drupal site as admin with username & password -> admin:admin
  4. Configure Drulenium module settings at http://[my-docer-machine-ip-address]:8080/drulenium/settings/local with selenium Host URL like http://[my-docer-machine-ip-address]:4444/wd/hub
  5. Choose the local server as Snapshot server at http://[my-docer-machine-ip-address]:8080/drulenium/settings
  6. And run your tests at http://[my-docer-machine-ip-address]:8080/drulenium/vr


This image contains:

  • Apache 2.4
  • MySQL 5.5
  • PHP 5.6
  • Drush 8
  • Drupal 7
  • Composer
  • PHPMyAdmin

When launching, the container will contain a fully-installed, ready to use Drupal site.


  • Drupal: admin:admin
  • MySQL: root: (no password)
  • SSH: root:root

Exposed ports

  • 80 (Apache)
  • 22 (SSH)
  • 3306 (MySQL)

Using Drush

Using Drush aliases, you can directly execute Drush commands locally and have them be executed inside the container. Create a new aliases file in your home directory and add the following:

# ~/.drush/docker.aliases.drushrc.php
$aliases['docker-drulenium'] = array(
  'root' => '/var/www',
  'remote-user' => 'root',
  'remote-host' => 'localhost',
  'ssh-options' => '-p 8022', // Or any other port you specify when running the container

Next, if you do not wish to type the root password everytime you run a Drush command, copy the content of your local SSH public key (usually ~/.ssh/; read here on how to generate one if you don't have it). SSH into the running container:

# If you forwarded another port than 8022, change accordingly.
# Password is "root".
ssh root@localhost -p 8022

Once you're logged in, add the contents of your file to /root/.ssh/authorized_keys. Exit.

You should now be able to call:

drush @docker.docker-drulenium cc all

This will clear the cache of your Drupal site. All other commands will function as well.

MySQL and PHPMyAdmin

PHPMyAdmin is available at /phpmyadmin. The MySQL port 3306 is exposed. The root account for MySQL is root (no password).

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