Builds a docker container wrapping higlass-client and higlass-server in nginx, tests that it works, and if there are no errors in the PR, pushes the image to DockerHub.
You can see HiGlass in action at higlass.io.
It is also easy to launch your own. Install Docker, and then:
docker pull gehlenborglab/higlass # Ensure that you have the latest. docker run --detach \ --publish 8888:80 \ --volume ~/hg-data:/data \ --volume ~/hg-tmp:/tmp \ --name higlass-container \ gehlenborglab/higlass
--volume options are necessary to prevent the files you upload from consuming
all of relatively small space allocated for the root volume.
For ingest, you'll need to put your files in one of the shared directories: Then it will be available to scripts running inside the container.
# For example... COOLER=dixon2012-h1hesc-hindiii-allreps-filtered.1000kb.multires.cool wget -P ~/hg-tmp https://s3.amazonaws.com/pkerp/public/$COOLER # Confirm that the file is visible inside the container: docker exec higlass-container ls /tmp # Ingest: docker exec higlass-container python higlass-server/manage.py ingest_tileset --filename /tmp/$COOLER --filetype cooler --datatype matrix
You can now hit the API to confirm that the file was ingested successfully by first listing the available tilesets
And then trying to actually get some data from the tileset. In the examples below, $ID is the uuid shown in the list of tilesets above.
# Summary: curl http://localhost:8888/api/v1/tileset_info/?d=$ID # Details: curl http://localhost:8888/api/v1/tiles/?d=$ID.0.0.0
Django admin interface
The admin interface lets you interact with and inspect the data stored in the local higlass instance. To access the admin interface you need to first create an admin user:
docker exec -it higlass-container higlass-server/manage.py createsuperuser
The admin interface can then be accessed at:
Only one Docker container is required, but in production, you'll probably
want other containers for nginx, redis, etc. Docker Compose is the usual tool
for this, but at the present it does not support an analog to the
option. Instead, for the moment, we are doing this:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hms-dbmi/higlass-docker/start_production.sh | bash
For more details, read README-DEPLOY.
To work on the Docker deployment, checkout this repo, install Docker, and then:
./test_runner.sh # You can see the containers that have started: docker ps # View all the logs from the container: docker exec container-TIMESTAMP ./logs.sh # and you can connect to a running container: docker exec --interactive --tty container-TIMESTAMP bash # or remove all containers (use with caution): docker ps -a -q | xargs docker stop | xargs docker rm
Travis will push an image to DockerHub with every successful run.
If it's tagged (ie
git tag v0.0.x && git push origin --tags),
then that version number will be pushed to DockerHub, and
will be updated as well.
The code in this repository is provided under the MIT License.