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Building EnMasse


To build EnMasse, you need

The EnMasse java and node modules are built using maven. All docker images are built using make.

Check out submodules

jsonnet is required to build templates. It is configured as a submodule that can be initialized:

git submodule update --init



Note: Make sure docker daemon is in running state.

Doing a full build, run unit tests and build docker images:


This can be run at the top level or within each module. You can also run the 'build', 'test', and 'package' targets individually. This builds all modules including java.

Tagging and push images to a docker registry

export DOCKER_ORG=myorg
#optional parameters
export COMMIT=v.1.0.3 #for specific version of your image

docker login -u myuser -p mypassword $DOCKER_REGISTRY

# To generate templates to pull images from your docker hub org
make -C templates

make docker_tag
make docker_push

Note: If you are using OpenShift and 'oc cluster up', you can push images directly to the builtin registry by setting DOCKER_ORG=myproject and DOCKER_REGISTRY= instead.

Deploying to an OpenShift instance assuming already logged in

make deploy

Running smoketests against a deployed instance

make SYSTEMTEST_ARGS=SmokeTest systemtests

Running full systemtest suite

Install systemtests dependencies

ansible-playbook systemtests/ansible/playbooks/systemtests-dependencies.yml --tags clients --skip-tags dependencies

Running the systemtests

make systemtests

Run single system test

make SYSTEMTEST_ARGS="io.enmasse.systemtest.standard.QueueTest#testCreateDeleteQueue" systemtests


This is a reference of the different make targets and options that can be set when building an individual module:

Make targets

  • build - build
  • test - run tests
  • package - create artifact bundle
  • docker_build - build docker image
  • docker_tag - tag docker image
  • docker_push - push docker image
  • deploy - deploys the built templates to OpenShift. The images referenced by the template must be available in a docker registry
  • systemtests - run systemtests

Some of these tasks can be configured using environment variables as listed below.

Debugging Java Code on OpenShift or Kubernetes

To enable debug mode for the Java based components, it's necessary to setup following environment variables:

  • JAVA_DEBUG - set to true to enable or false to disable
  • JAVA_DEBUG_PORT - 8787 by default and can be any value above 1000 if need to change it

Use this command to change environment variables values for the deployment

$CMD set env deployments/<deployment-name> JAVA_DEBUG=true

Where $CMD is oc or kubectl command depends of the environment.

The following deployment names are available depending on their types and EnMasse configuration:

  • address-space-controller
  • admin
  • api-server
  • keycloak-controller
  • standard-controller
  • service-broker
  • topic-forwarder
  • mqtt-gateway
  • mqtt-lwt
  • queue-scheduler

For forwarding port from the remote pod to the local host invoke following command (it will lock terminal) and then connect with development tool to the forwarded port on localhost

$CMD port-forward $(oc get pods | grep | awk '{print $1}') $JAVA_DEBUG_PORT:$JAVA_DEBUG_PORT

Environment variables

There are several environment variables that control the behavior of the build. Some of them are only consumed by some tasks:

  • OPENSHIFT_MASTER - URL to OpenShift master. Consumed by deploy and systemtests targets
  • OPENSHIFT_USER - OpenShift user. Consumed by deploy target
  • OPENSHIFT_PASSWD - OpenShift password. Consumed by deploy target
  • OPENSHIFT_TOKEN - OpenShift token. Consumed by systemtests target
  • OPENSHIFT_PROJECT - OpenShift project for EnMasse. Consumed by deploy and systemtests targets
  • DOCKER_ORG - Docker organization for EnMasse images. Consumed by build, package, docker* targets. tasks. Defaults to enmasseproject
  • DOCKER_REGISTRY - Docker registry for EnMasse images. Consumed by build, package, docker_tag and docker_push targets. Defaults to
  • TAG - Tag used as docker image tag in snapshots and in the generated templates. Consumed by build, package, docker_tag and docker_push targets.