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README.md

Dockerfiles Repository for the TerraMA² Platform

Requirements

Cloning docker scripts for TerraMA² Platform

git clone https://github.com/terrama2/docker.git
cd docker

Check 3rd-party dependencies

Create a volume terrama2_shared_vol:

docker volume create terrama2_shared_vol

GeoServer

If you don't have a running version of GeoServer or you want to try an experimental version, you can use the built-in TerraMA² GeoServer image.

Create a new volume to store the GeoServer data files:

docker volume create terrama2_geoserver_vol

Pull the GeoServer image and run a new container named terrama2_geoserver:

docker run -d \
           --restart unless-stopped --name terrama2_geoserver \
           -p 127.0.0.1:8080:8080 \
           -e "GEOSERVER_URL=/geoserver" \
           -e "GEOSERVER_DATA_DIR=/opt/geoserver/data_dir" \
           -v terrama2_data_vol:/data \
           -v terrama2_shared_vol:/shared-data \
           -v terrama2_geoserver_vol:/opt/geoserver/data_dir \
           -v ${PWD}/conf/terrama2_geoserver_setenv.sh:/usr/local/tomcat/bin/setenv.sh \
           terrama2/geoserver:2.11

The above command will link the host address 127.0.0.1 on port 8080 to the container port 8080 and it will run the container as a daemon in background. You can try the following address in your browser: http://localhost:8080/geoserver.

PostgreSQL + PostGIS

If you don't have a running version of PostgreSQL with the PostGIS extension or you want to try an experimental version, you can use the image prepared by mdillon/postgis.

Create a new volume to store the PostgreSQL data files:

docker volume create terrama2_pg_vol

Pull the PostgreSQL image and run a new container named terrama2_pg:

docker run -d \
           --restart unless-stopped --name terrama2_pg \
           -p 127.0.0.1:5433:5432 \
           -v terrama2_pg_vol:/var/lib/postgresql/data \
           -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=mysecretpassword \
           mdillon/postgis

The above command will link the host address 127.0.0.1 on port 5433 to the container port 5432 and it will run the container as a daemon in background. You can try the following address in psql or pgAdmin:

psql -U postgres -p 5433 -h localhost -d postgres

In the above command use the password: mysecretpassword.

Running TerraMA²

In order to link all the pieces of TerraMA², you can create a network named terrama2_net:

docker network create terrama2_net

If you have installed the GeoServer and PostgreSQL as docker containers, as explained in above sections, link them together:

docker network connect terrama2_net terrama2_geoserver
docker network connect terrama2_net terrama2_pg

After that, configure files version properly:

./configure-version.sh

This command will generate conf/terrama2_webapp.json file. You may edit this file for connection parameters.

Now run the docker-compose in daemon mode:

docker-compose -p terrama2 up -d

If you want to check TerraMA² log output:

docker-compose -p terrama2 logs --follow

If you want to stop the TerraMA² containers:

docker-compose -p terrama2 stop

If you want to remove all the stopped containers:

docker-compose -p terrama2 rm

You can proceed to next post installation steps in link.

BDQueimadas Light

Create a new volume to store the BDQueimadas Light temporary download files:

docker volume create terrama2_bdq_vol

Pull the BDQueimadas Light image and run a new container named terrama2_bdqlight:

docker run -d \
           --restart unless-stopped --name terrama2_bdq \
           -p 127.0.0.1:39000:39000 \
           -v ${PWD}/conf/bdqueimadas-light/conf/:/opt/bdqueimadas-light/configurations/ \
           -v ${PWD}/conf/bdqueimadas-light/.pgpass:/root/.pgpass \
           -v terrama2_bdq_vol:/opt/bdqueimadas-light/tmp \
           terrama2/bdqlight:1.0.0

Link the BDqueimadas container in terrama2_net:

docker network connect terrama2_net terrama2_bdq

Post Installation Tips

Run TerraMA² localhost

Unix

On unix environment, add in the file /etc/hosts with following statements:

127.0.0.1       terrama2_geoserver
127.0.0.1       terrama2_webapp_1
127.0.0.1       terrama2_webmonitor_1

Windows

Open NotePad with Adminiistrator and then modifify the file C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts:

127.0.0.1       terrama2_geoserver
127.0.0.1       terrama2_webapp_1
127.0.0.1       terrama2_webmonitor_1

Services

We must configure service parameters in Web Application to associate with respective container. On service hosts, unmark the option Local Service and then set the respective container name to the service at Host Address. For example, in the service Local Collector, use address terrama2_collector_1. For Local Analysis, use terrama2_analysis_1 and so on.

When registering Local View, make sure that you have configured the directive provided on section Run TerraMA² localhost and specify the Maps Server URL with terrama2_geoserver.

Tips

Launching TerraMA² through docker-composer will name the containers with the suffix _1. You can connect to the docker container with:

docker exec -it terrama2_webapp_1 bash
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