Easy youtrack deployment using docker
These Dockerfiles allow you to easily build images to deploy your own youtrack instance.
It's free for up to ten users.
Besides that, as always, use these scripts with care.
Don't forget to back up your data very often, too.
Docker has to run. It supports many platforms like Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, EC2 or the Google Cloud.
Click here to get specific infos on how to install on your platform.
You also need some RAM for youtrack, but I can't really tell how much. Maybe about 200-300MB.
Oh nice! How do I do it?
- Install docker. It's not very hard.
Run it! (Stop with CTRL-C, repeat at pleasure)
docker run -t -i -p 127.0.0.1:80:80 that0n3guy/youtrack
Now open your browser and point it to
http://localhost:8080 and rejoice. :)
Do it as service in ubuntu/debian
Create directory to store data
mkdir -p /data/appdata/youtrack
chmod 777 /data/appdata/youtrack
2a. Create container!
docker run -t -i -p 127.0.0.1:80:80 -v /data/appdata/youtrack:/var/lib/youtrack --name youtrack that0n3guy/youtrack
2b. Use dokku-alt to create the container
dokku create youtrack dokku volume:create youtrack-data /data/appdata/youtrack:/var/lib/youtrack dokku volume:link youtrack youtrack-data
Now push your project via git to dokku