A dockerized Uptime Container
# Run MongoDB docker run -d --name mongodb mongo # Run Uptime and link MongoDB docker run -d -p 8082:8082 --name uptime --link mongodb:mongodb -i -t usman/docker-uptime # Run Uptime and link MongoDB with custom Database Password docker run -d -p 8082:8082 --name uptime --link mongodb:mongodb -i -t usman/docker-uptime <DB Password>
Then point your browser at http://localhost:8082/
or http://192.168.59.103:8082/ if you are using boot2docker
Custom Initilization Script
If you would like to run a custom intilization script to setup environment before uptime is run please create a shell script called init-uptime.sh and load it into container at /tmp/uptime using the volume switch.
# Create Script mkdir uptime vim uptime/init-uptime.sh # Mount Script into uptime container docker run -d -p 8082:8082 --name uptime --link mongodb:mongodb -v uptime:/tmp/uptime -i -t usman/docker-uptime
If you would like to use custom configuration please create config files and load it into container at /tmp/uptime/config/ using the volume switch. You can use config_template.yaml as a base for your custom config. Note that unless you have your own mongo instance please leave the MONGO_SERVER and MONGO_PASSWORD keywords intact so they can be replaced by the setup scripts.
# Create Config mkdir -p uptime/config vim uptime/config/default.yaml # Mount Script into uptime container docker run -d -p 8082:8082 --name uptime --link mongodb:mongodb -v uptime:/tmp/uptime -i -t usman/docker-uptime
To build the image, simply invoke
docker build github.com/techtraits/docker-uptime
A prebuilt container is also available in the docker index
docker pull usman/docker-uptime
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