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LiteSpeed WordPress Docker Container

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Install a Magento2.4 container with LiteSpeed stable version based on Ubuntu 22.04 Linux.

Prerequisites

  1. Install Docker
  2. Install Docker Compose

Configuration

Edit the .env file to update the demo site domain, default MySQL user, and password. Feel free to check Docker hub Tag page if you want to update default litespeed and php versions.

Installation

Clone this repository or copy the files from this repository into a new folder:

git clone https://github.com/litespeedtech/lsws-magento-docker-env.git

Open a terminal, cd to the folder in which docker-compose.yml is saved, and run:

docker compose up

Note: If you wish to run a single web server container, please see the usage method here.

Components

The docker image installs the following packages on your system:

Component Version
Linux Ubuntu 22.04
LiteSpeed Latest version
MariaDB Stable version: 10.4
PHP Latest version
LiteSpeed Cache Latest from WordPress.org
ACME Latest from ACME official
Magento2 2.4.5
elasticsearch 8.4.2
WordPress Latest from WordPress
phpMyAdmin Latest from dockerhub

Data Structure

Cloned project

├── acme
├── bin
│   └── container
├── data
│   └── db
├── logs
│   ├── access.log
│   ├── error.log
│   ├── lsrestart.log
│   └── stderr.log
├── lsws
│   ├── admin-conf
│   └── conf
├── sites
│   └── localhost
├── LICENSE
├── README.md
└── docker-compose.yml
  • acme contains all applied certificates from Lets Encrypt

  • bin contains multiple CLI scripts to allow you add or delete virtual hosts, install applications, upgrade, etc

  • data stores the MySQL database

  • logs contains all of the web server logs and virtual host access logs

  • lsws contains all web server configuration files

  • sites contains the document roots (the WordPress application will install here)

Usage

Starting a Container

Start the container with the up or start methods:

docker compose up

You can run with daemon mode, like so:

docker compose up -d

The container is now built and running.

Note: The container will auto-apply a 15-day trial license. Please contact LiteSpeed to extend the trial, or apply your own license, starting from $0.

Stopping a Container

docker compose stop

Removing Containers

To stop and remove all containers, use the down command:

docker compose down

Setting the WebAdmin Password

We strongly recommend you set your personal password right away.

bash bin/webadmin.sh my_password

Starting a Demo Site

After running the following command, you should be able to access the Magento + LiteMage Cache installation with the configured domain. By default the domain is http://localhost.

bash bin/demosite.sh -M

or with Sample data installed

bash bin/demosite.sh -M -S

Creating a Domain and Virtual Host

bash bin/domain.sh [-A, --add] example.com

Please ignore SSL certificate warnings from the server. They happen if you haven't applied the certificate.

Deleting a Domain and Virtual Host

bash bin/domain.sh [-D, --del] example.com

Creating a Database

You can either automatically generate the user, password, and database names, or specify them. Use the following to auto generate:

bash bin/database.sh [-D, --domain] example.com

Use this command to specify your own names, substituting user_name, my_password, and database_name with your preferred values:

bash bin/database.sh [-D, --domain] example.com [-U, --user] USER_NAME [-P, --password] MY_PASS [-DB, --database] DATABASE_NAME

Installing a Magento Site

To preconfigure the Magento2, run the database.sh script for your domain, before you use the following command to install Magento:

./bin/appinstall.sh [-A, --app] magento [-D, --domain] example.com

We can also install with sample data

./bin/appinstall.sh [-A, --app] magento [-D, --domain] example.com [-S, --sample]

Installing a WordPress Site

To preconfigure the wp-config file, run the database.sh script for your domain, before you use the following command to install WordPress:

./bin/appinstall.sh [-A, --app] wordpress [-D, --domain] example.com

Installing ACME

We need to run the ACME installation command the first time only. With email notification:

./bin/acme.sh [-I, --install] [-E, --email] EMAIL_ADDR

Applying a Let's Encrypt Certificate

Use the root domain in this command, and it will check for a certificate and automatically apply one with and without www:

./bin/acme.sh [-D, --domain] example.com

Other parameters:

  • [-r, --renew]: Renew a specific domain with -D or --domain parameter if posibile. To force renew, use -f parameter.

  • [-R, --renew-all]: Renew all domains if possible. To force renew, use -f parameter.

  • [-f, -F, --force]: Force renew for a specific domain or all domains.

  • [-v, --revoke]: Revoke a domain.

  • [-V, --remove]: Remove a domain.

Updating Web Server

To upgrade the web server to latest stable version, run the following:

bash bin/webadmin.sh [-U, --upgrade]

Applying OWASP ModSecurity

Enable OWASP mod_secure on the web server:

bash bin/webadmin.sh [-M, --mod-secure] enable

Disable OWASP mod_secure on the web server:

bash bin/webadmin.sh [-M, --mod-secure] disable

Please ignore ModSecurity warnings from the server. They happen if some of the rules are not supported by the server.

Applying license to LSWS

Apply your license with command:

bash bin/webadmin.sh [-S, --serial] YOUR_SERIAL

Apply trial license to server with command:

bash bin/webadmin.sh [-S, --serial] TRIAL

Accessing the Database

After installation, you can use phpMinAdmin to access the database by visiting http://127.0.0.1:8080 or https://127.0.0.1:8443. The default username is root, and the password is the same as the one you supplied in the .env file.

Customization

If you want to customize the image by adding some packages, e.g. lsphp74-pspell, just extend it with a Dockerfile.

  1. We can create a custom folder and a custom/Dockerfile file under the main project.
  2. Add the following example code to Dockerfile under the custom folder
FROM litespeedtech/litespeed:latest
RUN apt-get update && apt-get install lsphp74-pspell
  1. Add build: ./custom line under the "image: litespeedtech" of docker-composefile. So it will looks like this
  litespeed:
    image: litespeedtech/litespeed:${LSWS_VERSION}-${PHP_VERSION}
    build: ./custom
  1. Build and start it with command:
docker compose up --build

Support & Feedback

If you still have a question after using LiteSpeed Docker, you have a few options.

Pull requests are always welcome

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