This image is not intended to be run directly, you should always use the docker
FROM directive to inherit from this image.
Images derived from this image can either run as a stand-alone server, or function as a volume image for your web server.
The image is based on the following directory structure:
. ├── Dockerfile └── site ├── config.toml ├── content │ └── ... ├── layouts │ └── ... └── static └── ...
You should put your Hugo site in the
site directory, and create a simple Dockerfile:
FROM tenfourty/hugo-alpine-onbuild MAINTAINER Jeremy Brown <email@example.com>
Note: If you don't include a
site directory in the same directory as your newly created
Dockerfile then the
FROM directive will fail.
Building your site
Once you've created the
Dockerfile as per above and populated the
site directory you can easily build an image for your site:
$ docker build -t my-site-image-name .
Your site is automatically generated during this build.
Using your site
There are two options for using the image you generated:
- as a stand-alone image
- as a volume image for your webserver
Using your image as a stand-alone image is the easiest, we are going to mount our local
site directory into this image so that hugo picks up any changes we make to the local filesystem:
$ docker run -rm -p 1313:1313 -v [path to this dir]/site/:/site my-site-image-name
or as a daemon:
$ docker run -d -p 1313:1313 -v [path to this dir]/site/:/site my-site-image-name
This will automatically start
hugo server, and your blog is now available on http://localhost:1313.
The image is also suitable for use as a volume image for a web server, such as nginx
docker run -d -v /usr/share/nginx/html --name site-data my-site-image-name docker run -d --volumes-from site-data --name site-server -p 80:80 nginx
For an example of a Hugo site using this base image check out https://github.com/tenfourty/tenfourty.com
Building this base image
To build this base image just git clone this repository, cd inside and run the command:
$ docker build -t tenfourty/hugo-alpine-onbuild .