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Short Description
Mule CE versions 3.5.0, 3.6.0, 3.6.1, 3.7.0, 3.8.0
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Mule ESB Dockerfile

Docker Image packaging for MuleESB

How to use

docker pull vromero/mule


For a simple application using 8081 port as HTTP

docker run -d -name myMuleInstance -P -v ~/myAppsDir:/opt/mule/apps -v ~/myLogsDir:/opt/mule/logs vromero/mule

Noteworthy mount points

Mount point Description
/opt/mule/apps Mule Application deployment directory
/opt/mule/domains Mule Domains deployment directory
/opt/mule/conf Configuration directory
/opt/mule/logs Logs directory

Exposed ports

Port Description
8081 Default HTTP port

This means only exposed port is 8081, if the application has other needs you should use -p rather than -P

-p 1234:1234
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