This builds a docker image suitable as a base image for ploneintranet projects. It installs all system dependencies and primes buildout caches in /var/tmp.
The intented use case is, as a base image for gitlab-ci runners, which will benefit from the caches provided in this image to accelerate test builds.
This image does not actually install or run ploneintranet. While it runs a buildout, the results are discarded, only the caches are kept. This image does not require access to the private quaive/ploneintranet repo.
Use the image as a base for your project image's Dockerfile:
When registering a gitlab-ci runner, use quaive/ploneintranet-base as the docker image for test executors.
Start a runner:
docker run -d --name gitlab-runner-01 --restart always \ -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \ -v /srv/gitlab-runner-01/config:/etc/gitlab-runner \ gitlab/gitlab-runner:latest
Register the runner:
docker exec -it gitlab-runner-01 gitlab-runner register Please enter the gitlab-ci coordinator URL (e.g. https://gitlab.com/ci ) https://gitlab.com/ci Please enter the gitlab-ci token for this runner xxx Please enter the gitlab-ci description for this runner my-runner-01 INFO fcf5c619 Registering runner... succeeded Please enter the executor: shell, docker, docker-ssh, ssh? docker Please enter the Docker image (eg. ruby:2.1): quaive/ploneintranet-base:latest INFO Runner registered successfully.
You can set up multiple runners by repeating the commands above, replacing "runner-01" with "runner-02" etc.
You can find the gitlab-ci token "xxx" in your gitlab.com project under "Settings" > "Runners".
For more info, see the docs at: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ci-multi-runner/blob/master/docs/install/docker.md
To enable cache re-use from arbitrary user ids under which you may want to run your buildout, the buildout caches are configured to be read/write for any user within the docker host:
chmod -R a+rwX /var/tmp/eggs /var/tmp/downloads /var/tmp/extends
Depending on your threat model and level of paranoia you may wish to lock that down for your specific install.
To upgrade the Plone version:
- cp ../ploneintranet/buildout.d/* buildout.d/
- git clean -f
- sed -i -e 's/Plone-5.0.4/Plone-5.0.6/g' Dockerfile
- docker pull quaive/ploneintranet-base
- make docker-build
- git commit -am 'mars.2: upgrade to Plone 5.0.6'
- make docker-push
- git push
Update the docker cache:
- docker pull quaive/ploneintranet-base:latest
- ssh ext3.syslab.com docker pull quaive/ploneintranet-base:latest
Normally not needed: upgrading the runners themselves: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ci-multi-runner/blob/master/docs/install/docker.md#update