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This is Docker Ulbora Mongo running on Debian
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Docker Ulbora Mongo

This is Docker Ulbora Mongo running on Debian

Running

docker run -v /data/db:/data/db -v /databackup:/databackup --name \
ulboramongo -d ulboralabs/ulboracms-mongo

Then run the database restore script

 docker exec -it ulboramongo bash /db.sh

If you restore this database, log in with:
user=admin
password=admin
Make sure to change the password as soon as you finish the installation.

Default credential on a new installation:

user=admin
password=admin
Make sure to change the password as soon as you finish the installation.

Linking to a mongo container

The link to your mongodb container should always end with :mongo as shown below

docker run --name some-ulboracms-web-app \
--link some-mongodb-container-name:mongo --env DOCKER_ULBORACMS_DATABASE_NAME=ulboracmsdb -d  ulboralabs/ulboracms sh

About linking to a mongo container

The :mongo is an alias that produces an environment variable named MONGO_PORT_27017_TCP_ADDR inside the web container.
If :mongo were to be changed to :mongodb, then the environment variable would be named MONGODB_PORT_27017_TCP_ADDR and
Ulbora CMS would not connect the the mongo database. Ulbora CMS needs the environment variable to be
named MONGO_PORT_27017_TCP_ADDR.

Also notice that we do not start the mongo container and expose port 27017 by using -p 27017:27017.
Doing so would expose the container outside of Docker and would require additional security.
If you start the mongo container with -p 27017:27017, make sure to follow the Docker guidelines on securing
the container.

Connect to running instance

docker exec -it ulboralabs/ulboracms-mongodb bash
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