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Using Docker Compose

jeff-h edited this page May 25, 2019 · 3 revisions

Sample docker-compose.yml

version: '3.4'

services:
  samba:
    image: dperson/samba
    container_name: samba
    restart: unless-stopped
    stdin_open: true
    tty: true
    environment:

      # timszone, ex: 'America/Toronto'
      TZ: "America/Toronto"

      # advertise shares, default: true, or false (open ports 137, 138)
      NMBD: "true"

      # add a single user. If you need more, use command instead of environment
      # required arg: "<username>;<passwd>"
      # <username> for user
      # <password> for user
      # [ID] for user, default: ""
      # [group] for user, default: ""
      USER: "myuser;mypassword"

      # set the UID for the samba share, default: ""
      USERID: "0"

      # set the GID for the samba share, default: ""
      GROUPID: "0"

      # add a single share. If you need more, use command instead of environment
      # required arg: "<name>;</path>"
      # <share_name>;
      # <path_to_share>;
      # [browsable] default:'yes' or 'no';
      # [read_only] default:'yes' or 'no';
      # [guest]: default: 'yes' or 'no';
      # [users]: default: 'all' or list of allowed users;
      # [admins] default: 'none' or list of admin users;
      # [writelist] default: 'none' or list of users that can write to read-only share;
      # [comment] default: 'none' or description of share
      SHARE: "mysharename;/mnt;yes;no;no;myuser;'none';'none';'my awesome share"

      # workgroup/domain name for share default: "MYGROUP"
      WORKGROUP: "WORKGROUP"

      # if set, disables recycle bin for shares
      RECYCLE: ""

      # if set, disables SMB2 minimum version
      # SMB: ""

    networks:
      - default
    ports:
      - "137:137/udp" # required to advertise shares (NMBD)
      - "138:138/udp" # required to advertise shares (NMBD)
      - "139:139/tcp" # default smb port
      - "445:445/tcp" # default smb port
    read_only: false
    tmpfs:
      - /tmp
    volumes:
      - /mnt:/mnt:z # :z allows share to be used by multiple containers

networks:
    default:

Specifying multiple users and/or shares

If you wish to define multiple users and/or multiple shares, use the command statement. Note, you should only provide one command statement.

Correct example:

command: '-u "myuser;mypassword" -s "ShareName;/path/in/container;yes;no;no;myuser"'

Incorrect:

command:
  - '-u "myuser;mypassword"`
  - '-s "ShareName;/path/in/container;yes;no;no;myuser"'
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