Add a docker-compose.yml file, following this model :
version: '2' services: elk: image: tpettinotti/elk-jdbc ports: - "5601:5601" - "9200:9200" - "5044:5044" environment: CONNEXION_STRING: ~ CONNEXION_USER: ~ CONNEXION_PWD: ~ volumes: - './queries:/queries'
Using SSH Tunneling option
To enable SSH tunneling, just add the following environnement variables :
environment: SSH_TUNNEL_USER: ~ SSH_TUNNEL_HOST: ~
You may want to override the default values for your tunnel, using :
environment: SSH_TUNNEL_PORT: 22 SSH_TUNNEL_MYSQL_LOCAL_PORT: 1234 SSH_TUNNEL_MYSQL_REMOTE_HOST: 127.0.0.1 SSH_TUNNEL_MYSQL_REMOTE_PORT: 3306
Private key authentification for SSH Tunneling
In order to use your host's private key, you need to add it to your ssh-agent. The docker-compose will share it with the container.
environment: SSH_AUTH_SOCK: /ssh-agent volumes: - '$SSH_AUTH_SOCK:/ssh-agent'
Remeber to add your SSH private key to the ssh-agent.
If you named your key differently, replace _id_rsa_ in the command with the name of your private key file.
Add yours SQL queries under the
queries/ directory (as defined in your docker-compose).
You need to set an 'id' column for all queries. Alias another if there is none.
SELECT * From user;
Then you can build and up your image.
Kibana : localhost:5601
If the container stop silently after a moment, it may be a memory error
Specific use case
Connexion to a local database in Vagrant
In order to create a SSH Tunnel to a Vagrant machine, you need to find your host IP adress from the vagrant.
Then, use it in docker-compose.yml to set the
SSH_TUNNEL_HOST environnement variable. You also need to set the