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Docker image for dsmr-reader
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A docker-compose file in order to start the following application in Docker:
dsmr-reader (

Also it starts a postgres container for the application to store it's data.

You should first add the user you run Docker with on your host file system to the dialout group:
sudo usermod -aG dialout $(whoami)

After starting the containers with docker-compose, the dashboard is reachable at
HTTP: http://\<hostname>:8888

After starting the containers, don't forget to modify the default DSMR version (default is DSMR v4):

dsmrdb in docker-compose is configured to use a docker volume. So when the application and docker containter have been removed, the postgres data still persists.

Also you could easily create a backup:

  • docker-compose stop dsmr
  • docker exec -t dsmrdb pg_dumpall -c -U postgres > /tmp/dump_date +%d-%m-%Y""%H%M%S.sql
  • docker-compose start dsmr

Or drop the database and restore a backup:

  • docker-compose stop dsmr
  • docker exec -t dsmrdb dropdb dsmrreader -U postgres
  • docker exec -t dsmrdb createdb -O dsmrreader dsmrreader -U postgres
  • cat /tmp/<your_dump>.sql | docker exec -i dsmrdb psql -U postgres
  • docker-compose start dsmr

The current configuration has been tested on Ubuntu 17.04 and Manjaro 17.0.2

For Synology users:


Now there's also a development branch. It uses the development branch from
A compose_project_name has been specified and the docker-compose file has been modified to use different ports and volumes.

HTTP: http://\<hostname>:8885

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