To start from scratch you need to first build the busybox image.
mkrootfs.sh is a helper to build
tarmaker installs the
busybox-static Ubuntu package and uses
it as the base for the newly built image. Beyond that, it also
includes the socat binary.^1
cd ./busybox TARMAKER=ubuntu ./mkrootfs.sh docker build -t busybox .
Once built, you can run it with:
docker run -t -i busybox
Once you have the busybox built you can use the
Dockerfile ^2 in the root
of this repository to build the ambassador:
docker build -t reedd/ambassador . docker tag reedd/ambassador ambassador
To run it on a remote host, you can use:
docker run -t -i \ -name redis_ambassador \ -expose 6379 \ -e REDIS_PORT_6379_TCP=tcp://<DOMAIN OR IP ADDRESS>:6379 \ ambassador
Here is another example with MySQL:
docker run -t -i \ -name sql_ambassador \ -expose 3306 \ -e MYSQL_PORT_3306_TCP=tcp://<DOMAIN OR IP ADDRESS>:3306 \ ambassador
If you want to access your ambassador locally you can simply add the
-p option with the ports you'd like to use i.e.
Docker Machine Notes
If you want the ambassador to connect to the localhost of the machine that's running your Docker Machine VM you can do it with the IP address
docker run -t -i \ -name sql_ambassador \ -p 3306:3306 \ -expose 3306 \ -e MYSQL_PORT_3306_TCP=tcp://10.0.2.2:3306 \ ambassador