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Dockerize Magento 2

A composer package for dockerizing Magento 2

The composer package arvatoscm/dockerize-magento2 deploys docker infrastructure definition files such as docker-compose.yml to your Magento 2 root folder and enables you to host your Magento 2 shops without having to install Apache/Nginx, MySQL or PHP on your system.

Package Name

arvatoscm/dockerize-magento2

Software Requirements

For Linux users you must have a recent version of docker and docker-compose installed.

If you are a Mac or Windows user, use the Docker Toolbox.

Installation

Add arvatoscm/dockerize-magento2 to your existing Magento 2 shop:

composer require --ignore-platform-reqs arvatoscm/dockerize-magento2
chmod +x bin/console

This will place some files in your Magento root:

  • docker-compose.yml The docker infrastructure definition
  • bin/console A utility script for controlling dockerized Magento projects
  • config A folder which contains the configuration files for PHP, Nginx and phpMyAdmin

Usage

dockerize-magento2 comes with bin/console script that can be used to install Magento and to execute Magento's bin/magento script inside the PHP docker container:

Trigger the Magento 2 installation process:

bin/console install <hostname>

Start the docker containers:

bin/console start

Stop the docker containers:

bin/console stop

Execute bin/magento inside the docker container:

bin/console exec [arguments]

For more information on how to use docker-compose visit: https://docs.docker.com/compose/

Configuration

The install action depends on some parameters such as usernames and passwords. We have put in some default values for you that will work for a quick test:

DATABASE_NAME="magento2dockerized"
DATABASE_USER="magento"
DATABASE_PASSWORD="enAVINa2"
DATABASE_ROOT_PASSWORD="enAVINa2"

ADMIN_USERNAME="admin"
ADMIN_FIRSTNAME="Admin"
ADMIN_LASTNAME="Inistrator"
ADMIN_EMAIL="johndoe@example.com"
ADMIN_PASSWORD="enAVINa2"

DEFAULT_LANGUAGE="en_US"
DEFAULT_CURRENCY="EUR"
DEFAULT_TIMEZONE="Europe/Berlin"

BACKEND_FRONTNAME="management"

If you want to use different parameters change the values in the config/env.sh file to your needs. After customizing the parameters just trigger the installation with bin/console install <hostname>.

Licensing

dockerize-magento2 is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE for the full license text.