Yet another dockerized instance of the Collective Intelligence Framework (v2)
docker run --name cifv2 -d -v ~/cif/esdata:/usr/share/elasticsearch/data -v ~/cif/etc:/opt/cif/etc -p 8080:80 -p 8443:443 warquel/cifv2_docker
If you're starting from scratch you'll need to initialize elasticsearch indexes and generate keys for cif-smrt and cif-worker.
docker exec cifv2 /opt/cif/bin/cif.ops init
The rules folder also does not exist so that will need to be created in your container at /opt/cif/etc/rules/default/ or in your local folder that's being mounted (~/cif/etc/rules/default in the usage example above). cif-smrt will need to be restarted once you've set up your rules.
docker exec cifv2 supervisorctl restart cif-smrt
If you receive an error that means elasticsearch has not started up yet, try again in a few seconds.
Next generate keys
docker exec cifv2 /opt/cif/bin/cif.ops generate-tokens
Now you should be able to access your cif container with a browser at http://\<docker-ip\>:8080