Docker image for using Roadiz in a production environment.
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Roadiz docker-image

Based on https://github.com/maxexcloo/Docker — maxexcloo/nginx-php

This image will install:

  • Git
  • Cron (crontab)
  • Composer
  • curl
  • php5-cli
  • php5-curl
  • php5-dev (needed to compile XCache)
  • php5-xcache - from its sources as maxexcloo/nginx-php uses PHP 5.6.

Environment variables

  • ROADIZ_BRANCH master or develop

Docker dependencies

Roadiz image will work with:

  • A maxexcloo/data container for volume handling:
docker run -d --name="my-roadiz_DATA" maxexcloo/data
  • A maxexcloo/mariadb container for its database:
docker run -t -d --name="my-roadiz_DB" \
           --env="MARIADB_USER=foo" --env="MARIADB_PASS=bar" \
           --env="MARIADB_DB=foo" maxexcloo/mariadb

Run a new Roadiz container

# Launch me
docker run -t -d --name="my-roadiz" -p 80:80 \
                 --env ROADIZ_BRANCH=master \
                 --volumes-from="my-roadiz_DATA" \
                 --link="my-roadiz_DB:mariadb" roadiz/roadiz

Your database credentials will be:

  • Host: mariadb
  • User: foo
  • Password: bar
  • Database: foo

Using Roadiz CLI commands

You can of-course use Roadiz bin/roadiz commands to manage your website parameters and cache in CLI. But before doing anything, pay attention to do it as the core user, NOT the root user.

# On your Docker host
docker exec -ti --user=core my-roadiz /bin/bash

# Now you’re on your Docker container
# If you need to use a CLI editor like nano
# you’ll need to set TERM environment var
export TERM=xterm

cd /data/http
# For example clear Roadiz app cache
bin/roadiz cache:clear --env=prod

Using a deploy/access key for Github/Gitlab

This docker image is configured to look for your SSH public key in /data/secure/ssh. Pay attention to generate you ssh-key as core user: su -s /bin/bash core before doing anything in your /data folder.

# On your Docker host
docker exec -ti --user=core my-roadiz /bin/bash

# On your docker container…
# Generate public/private keys
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 2048 -N '' -f /data/secure/ssh/id_rsa \
           -C "Deploy key ($HOSTNAME) for private repository"
# Add the generated /data/secure/ssh/id_rsa.pub key to your Github/Gitlab account

# Clone your custom theme
cd /data/http/themes
git clone git@github.com:private-account/custom-theme.git CustomTheme
# Install your theme composer dependencies (if any)
cd /data/http
composer update --no-dev -o

Be careful, this image use XCache OPcache and Var cache.