Install Apache SOLR 4.9.0 in one command using Docker

Hey! Just a quick post to mention my new container for Apache SOLR 4.9.0. Use: docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:2222:22 -p IP_ADDRESS:8080:8080 -t -i tehes/solr-4.9.0 This will pull the solr-4.9.0 image from my public repository, build and run the containers. Just replace IP_ADDRESS with your server's external ip address for example. The port 2222 of the host will be redirected to the port 22 of the container. The port 8080 of the host will be redirected to the port 8080 of the container. Access your container: http://IP_ADDRESS:8080 http://IP_ADDRESS:8080/solr ssh [email protected] -p 2222 (password = password // SSH only allowed from the host) Docker repository : https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/tehes/solr-4.9.0/ ...

Install Apache SOLR 4.7.2 in one command using Docker

Using Docker, you can build containers based on an image you previously developed (or based on someone else image). I will not go through the process of creating a new image, the Docker documentation is here for that, but I will show you how you can use one of my images to deploy a SOLR 4.7.2 instance in one command ! Use: On your server/computer, just run: (see previous post to install Docker on Debian 7) docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:2222:22 -p IP_ADDRESS:8080:8080 -t -i tehes/solr-4.7.2 This will pull the solr-4.7.2 image from my public repository, build and run the containers. Just replace IP_ADDRESS with your server's external ip address for example. The port 2222 of the host will be redirected to the port ...

Install Apache SOLR 3.6 in one command using Docker

Docker is the new awesome devops solution, to easily build and deploy applications. If you don't know yet how it can help you, this post will show you how powerful it is ! Using Docker, you can build containers based on an image you previously developed (or based on someone else image). I will not go through the process of creating a new image, the Docker documentation is here for that, but I will show you how you can use one of my images to deploy a SOLR 3.6 instance in one command ! Use: On your server/computer, just run: (see previous post to install Docker on Debian 7) docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:2222:22 -p IP_ADDRESS:8080:8080 -t -i tehes/solr-3.6 This will pull the solr-3.6 image from my public repository, ...

Install latest Docker version on Debian 7 Wheezy

Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud. With docker, you can setup and run a fully isolated environment with just one command, and this environment will be able to run on any platform where Docker runs. It's trully amazing how fast you can now deploy environments. The installation is pretty easy on Ubuntu but can be a little bit tricky on Debian 7. Here is the quickest way to install the latest docker version on Debian 7 Wheezy: wget http://get.docker.io/builds/Linux/x86_64/docker-latest -O /usr/bin/docker curl -o /etc/init.d/docker https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dotcloud/docker/master/contrib/init/sysvinit-debian/docker chmod +x /usr/bin/docker /etc/init.d/docker addgroup docker update-rc.d ...

Docker optimized LAMP stack for Drupal developers

Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud. With docker, you can setup and run a fully isolated environment with just one command, and this environment will be able to run on any platform where Docker runs. It's trully amazing how fast you can now deploy environments. I just created a complete docker optimized LAMP stack for Drupal developers, based on Debian 7.5 Wheezy, with : Apache/2.2.22 (Debian) on port 80 PHP 5.4.4-14 (/phpinfo.php) MySQL 5.5.37 (root / testenv) Drush 6.2.0 phpMyAdmin 3.4.11.1 (/phpmyadmin) APC 3.1.13 (/apc.php) Memcache 1.4.13 (/memcache.php // memcache / password) Postfix 2.9.6 SVN 1.8.9 GIT 1.7.10.4 ...