This repository contains the MirageOS public website, https://mirage.io/.
It provides information about the project as well as the blog and wiki.
It also serves as a good first self-hosting test case.
Building with Docker
The easiest way to get started is to build using Docker:
docker build -t mirage-www . docker run --rm -it --init -p 80:8080 mirage-www ./www --http-port 8080
Then browse to http://127.0.0.1/.
You can build for other targets with e.g.
docker build --build-arg TARGET=hvt ....
Building without Docker
To build this website, first use
You can then build the mirage application in the src/ directory:
cd src && mirage configure && make
For unikernel configuration options, use
mirage configure --help in
To update, send a pull request. When successfully merged, the OCurrent deployer at https://deploy.ocamllabs.io/ will build the new unikernel and deploy it to our packet.net hosting, where it should appear at https://mirage.io/. See pipeline.ml for the deployment pipeline.