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pretalx-docker

This repository contains a docker-compose setup as well as an ansible role for a pretalx installation based on docker.

Please note that this repository is provided by the pretalx community, and not supported by the pretalx team.

Installation with docker-compose

For testing

  • Run docker-compose up -d. After a few minutes the setup should be accessible at http://localhost/orga
  • Set up a user and an organizer by running docker exec -ti pretalx pretalx init.

For production

  • Edit conf/pretalx.cfg and fill in your own values (→ configuration documentation)
  • Edit docker-compose.yml and remove the complete section with ports: - "80:80" from the file (if you go with traefic as reverse proxy) or change the line to ports: - "127.0.0.1:8355:80" (if you use nginx). Change the database password.
  • If you don't want to use docker volumes, create directories for the persistent data and make them read-writeable for the userid 999 and the groupid 999. Change pretalx-redis, pretalx-db and pretalx-data to the corresponding directories you've chosen.
  • Configure a reverse-proxy to handle TLS. Pretalx listens on port 80 in the pretalxdocker network. I recommend to go with traefik for its ease of setup, docker integration and LetsEncrypt support. An example to copy into the normal compose file is located at reverse-proxy-examples/docker-compose. You can also find a few words on an nginx configuration at reverse-proxy-examples/nginx
  • Run docker-compose up -d . After a few minutes the setup should be accessible under http://yourdomain.com/orga
  • Set up a user and an organizer by running docker exec -ti pretalx pretalx init.
  • Set up a cronjob for periodic tasks like this 15,45 * * * * docker exec pretalx-app pretalx runperiodic

Installation with ansible

(Please note that we also provide a second ansible role for use without docker here).

For testing

  • Add the role at ansible-role to your ansible setup.
  • Roll out the role
  • You should be able to reach pretalx at http://localhost/orga
  • Set up a user and an organizer by running docker exec -ti pretalx pretalx init.

For production

  • Add the role at ansible-role to your ansible setup.
  • Fill in the variables listed in the vars/main.yml file. Make sure to set testing to false!
  • Set up a reverse proxy to handle TLS. traefik is recommended. The containers that get rolled out are already tagged for traefik. An example role for traefik is included at reverse-proxy-examples/ansible/traefik.
  • Roll out the role. After a few minutes pretalx should be reachable at the configured domain.
  • Set up a user and an organizer by running docker exec -ti pretalx pretalx init .

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Docker setup for a complete pretalx installation. Community-sourced, not officially supported.

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