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README.md

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Running

  1. Change the passwords:
    • src/main/resources/server.properties
    • docker-compose.yml
  2. (Optional) Change the look and feel:
    • src/main/resources/html/style.css
  3. Create the data directory:
    • $ mkdir data
  4. Build the application:
    • $ docker-compose build
  5. Start the application:
    • $ docker-compose up

The application will run on port 8082, you can change this in the docker-compose.yml file.

If you need/want an example configuration for NGINX look no further.

Upgrading

  1. SSH to your server, cd into the repo directory
  2. Since the passwords were changed (and committed), pull with rebase:
    • $ git pull --rebase
  3. Stop and remove the containers:
    • $ docker-compose stop
    • $ docker-compose rm -f
  4. Change the owner of the data owner back to the user building the container:
    • $ chown -R user:user data
    • This can be skipped if you use root to build/start the container
  5. Build the updated container and start it:
    • $ docker-compose build
    • $ docker-compose up -d
  6. Check if the application runs correctly

Developing

  1. Don't change the db password (without updating the command below)!
  2. Build the project using any (Java) IDE
  3. Run the database:
    • $ docker run -it -v "$(pwd)/db:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d" -p 5432:5432 -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=changemebabychangeme postgres:alpine
  4. Start the application from the IDE

The application will run on port 8080 by default, this can be changed in src/main/resources/server.properties. Note that changing this will require you to update the docker-compose.yml.

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