Alpine microcontainer with Apache2
There images are build on nimmis/alpine-micro which are a modified version of Alpine OS with a working init process, cron, logrotate and syslog. All services are started by runit daemon, for more information about how it works and setup of new services please visit https://hub.docker.com/r/nimmis/alpine-micro/ for more information.
The container also have a backup system with cron schedule, number of copies to save etc, for information about the backup system please visit the README.md for the backupsystem
starting the container as a daemon
docker run -d --name apache nimmis/alpine-apache
This will start the container with apache process running, to access the container use
docker exec -ti apache /bin/sh
Static web folder
The images exposes a volume at /web. The structure is
|/web/cgi-bin||cgi bin folder|
|/web/config||apache config directory|
|/web/logs||apache log directory|
|/web/internal||internal pages, error pages etc|
To use this start the container with
docker run -d --name -apache -v /path/to/web:/web nimmis/alpine-apache
if the folders are missing they will be created each time the container is started.
Accessing apache from outside the container
To access the webserver from external you can the -P/-p paramter, with -P the ports 80 and 443 is automaticly exposed and assign a random port.
or use the -p command to assign other ports, the syntax is
-p <external port on host>:<local port in container>
so to access the apache server port 80 on port 8080 you should use the command
docker run -d --name apache -p 8080:80 nimmis/alpine-apache
or assigning 80->80 and 443->443 use
docker run -d --name apache -p 80:80 -p 443:443 nimmis/alpine-apache
If everything worked and you where able to expose the correct port and type the correct adress in a webbrowser the following page should appear.