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All-in-one Mediawiki Docker

OpenZIM Mediawiki Docker offers a straight forward solution to deploy Mediawki within only one Docker container.

Docker Build Status CodeFactor License: GPL v3

Run

To create your Docker container:

sudo docker pull -a openzim/mediawiki
sudo docker run -p 8080:80 \
  -v <YOUR_CUSTOM_DATA_DIRECTORY>:/var/www/data -it openzim/mediawiki

Connect to your Docker container with your browser at http://localhost:8080/

User credentials

  • user: admin
  • password: mediawikipass

Customise

The data directory contains the database, images, file config and images. Everything which makes your Mediawiki instance unique. It is initialized when the container is created if needed files are not present (LocalSettings.custom.php and the MySQLite file).

You can customise the Mediawiki by editing your config/LocalSettings.custom.php. If you want to know more, have a look to this documentation: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:LocalSettings.php

Backup

All your data are available in your <YOUR_CUSTOM_DATA_DIRECTORY> data directory.

Build your own Docker image

docker build -t my_mediawiki .

Choose the database system

Set DATABASE_TYPE environnement variable at sqlite (default) or mysql.

Example:

sudo docker run -p 8080:80 \
  -e DATABASE_TYPE=mysql \
  -v <YOUR_CUSTOM_DATA_DIRECTORY>:/var/www/data -it openzim/mediawiki

The SQLite file is in the data directory. The MySQL data dir is the mysql sub-directory of the data directory.

SQLite database initialisation

If the SQLite file do not exist, the database is initialized with a empty Mediawiki (only de Main_Page will exists).

MySQL database initialisation

To init a MySQL databse set MYSQL_INIT to 1.

To choose the database name set DATABASE_NAME. Default is my_wiki.

If a file import.sql exist in data direcory, it used to init the database.

If a SQLite file exist, the content of the database is imported in the MySQL database.

Example:

docker run -p 8080:80 \
  -e DATABASE_TYPE=mysql -e MYSQL_INIT=1 \
  -v /var/opt/florent/data/kiwix:/var/www/data -it openzim/mediawiki

Initialize the data directory with a tarball

You can initialize your Mediawiki with existing images or a SQLite file from a downloaded database. Set VOLUME_TAR_URL environnement variable.

Export data

To export data as a tarbal, use this URL:

http://localhost:8080/export_data.php?token=EXPORT_TOKEN

You can set the secret export token when you run the container:

-e EXPORT_TOKEN=secret

Generate a SQLite database file from a MySQL database

Requirement:

  • A running MySQL service with a Mediawiki 1.31 database
  • Python 3
  • MySQL db module for Python 3

To prepare your environnement run:

apt-get install python3 python3-pip libmysqlclient-dev
python3 -m virtualenv env
source env/bin/activate
pip install -r mysql2sqlite_requirement.txt

To generate the SQLite database file, run:

./mysql2sqlite.py <mysqlHost> <mysqlUser> <mysqlPassword> <mysqlDatabase> <sqliteFile>

With:

  • mysqlHost : host where the MySQL service
  • mysqlUser : MySQL user
  • mysqlPassword : MySQL password
  • sqliteFile : SQLite database filename to generate

Example:

./mysql2sqlite.py localhost root secret my_wiki.sqlite

Then copy SQLite file in your custom data directory used by the docker container. Set the correct SQLite filename in config/LocalSettings.custom.php. If your data diretory is empty, run once the container to initialized it.

If your MySQL Mediawiki database is in a lower version of 1.31, you might migrate your database to 1.31 before generating the SQLite file. Then, upgrade your Mediawiki version to 1.31 first and generate the SQLite file as described above.

Custom favicon or logo

You can put your custom favicon.ico or logo.png in the directory site_root of your data volume. They will be linked to the real Web site root at the container start.

Author

Florent Kaisser florent.pro@kaisser.name

License

GPLv3 or later, see LICENSE for more details.