🐳 Scaleway driver for Docker Machine
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README.md

Overview

Build Status

A 3rd-party driver plugin for Docker machine to manage your containers on the servers of Scaleway

Setup

Homebrew

# install latest release of docker-machine-driver-scaleway and docker-machine using homebrew
$ brew tap scaleway/scaleway
$ brew install scaleway/scaleway/docker-machine-driver-scaleway

# install latest (git) version of docker-machine-driver-scaleway
$ brew tap scaleway/scaleway
$ brew install scaleway/scaleway/docker-machine-driver-scaleway --HEAD

Go

# install latest (git) version of docker-machine-driver-scaleway in your $GOPATH/bin (depends on Golang and docker-machine)
$ go get -u github.com/scaleway/docker-machine-driver-scaleway

Binary

You can find sources and pre-compiled binaries here

# Download the binary (this example downloads the binary for darwin amd64)
$ curl -sL https://github.com/scaleway/docker-machine-driver-scaleway/releases/download/v1.2.1/docker-machine-driver-scaleway_1.2.1_darwin_amd64.zip -O
$ unzip docker-machine-driver-scaleway_1.2.1_darwin_amd64.zip

# Make it executable and copy the binary in a directory accessible with your $PATH
$ chmod +x docker-machine-driver-scaleway_1.2.1_darwin_amd64/docker-machine-driver-scaleway
$ sudo cp docker-machine-driver-scaleway_1.2.1_darwin_amd64/docker-machine-driver-scaleway /usr/local/bin/

Usage

1. Get your Scaleway credentials

You can find your ACCESS KEY and generate your TOKEN here

2. Scaleway driver helper

$ docker-machine create -d scaleway -h
Usage: docker-machine create [OPTIONS] [arg...]

Create a machine

Description:
   Run 'docker-machine create --driver name' to include the create flags for that driver in the help text.

Options:

   --driver, -d "none"                                                                               Driver to create machine with. [$MACHINE_DRIVER]
   --engine-env [--engine-env option --engine-env option]                                            Specify environment variables to set in the engine
   --engine-insecure-registry [--engine-insecure-registry option --engine-insecure-registry option]  Specify insecure registries to allow with the created engine
   --engine-install-url "https://get.docker.com"                                                     Custom URL to use for engine installation [$MACHINE_DOCKER_INSTALL_URL]
   --engine-label [--engine-label option --engine-label option]                                      Specify labels for the created engine
   --engine-opt [--engine-opt option --engine-opt option]                                            Specify arbitrary flags to include with the created engine in the form flag=value
   --engine-registry-mirror [--engine-registry-mirror option --engine-registry-mirror option]        Specify registry mirrors to use [$ENGINE_REGISTRY_MIRROR]
   --engine-storage-driver                                                                           Specify a storage driver to use with the engine
   --scaleway-commercial-type "VC1S"                                                                 Specifies the commercial type [$SCALEWAY_COMMERCIAL_TYPE]
   --scaleway-debug                                                                                  Enables Scaleway client debugging [$SCALEWAY_DEBUG]
   --scaleway-image "ubuntu-xenial"                                                                  Specifies the image [$SCALEWAY_IMAGE]
   --scaleway-bootscript "docker"                                                                    Specifies the bootscript [$SCALEWAY_BOOTSCRIPT]
   --scaleway-ip                                                                                     Specifies the IP address [$SCALEWAY_IP]
   --scaleway-ipv6                                                                                   Enable ipv6 [$SCALEWAY_IPV6]
   --scaleway-name                                                                                   Assign a name [$SCALEWAY_NAME]
   --scaleway-organization                                                                           Scaleway organization [$SCALEWAY_ORGANIZATION]
   --scaleway-port "22"                                                                              Specifies SSH port [$SCALEWAY_PORT]
   --scaleway-region "par1"                                                                          Specifies the location (par1,ams1) [$SCALEWAY_REGION]
   --scaleway-token                                                                                  Scaleway token [$SCALEWAY_TOKEN]
   --scaleway-user "root"                                                                            Specifies SSH user name [$SCALEWAY_USER]
   --scaleway-volumes                                                                                Attach additional volume (e.g., 50G) [$SCALEWAY_VOLUMES]
   --swarm                                                                                           Configure Machine to join a Swarm cluster
   --swarm-addr                                                                                      addr to advertise for Swarm (default: detect and use the machine IP)
   --swarm-discovery                                                                                 Discovery service to use with Swarm
   --swarm-experimental                                                                              Enable Swarm experimental features
   --swarm-host "tcp://0.0.0.0:3376"                                                                 ip/socket to listen on for Swarm master
   --swarm-image "swarm:latest"                                                                      Specify Docker image to use for Swarm [$MACHINE_SWARM_IMAGE]
   --swarm-join-opt [--swarm-join-opt option --swarm-join-opt option]                                Define arbitrary flags for Swarm join
   --swarm-master                                                                                    Configure Machine to be a Swarm master
   --swarm-opt [--swarm-opt option --swarm-opt option]                                               Define arbitrary flags for Swarm master
   --swarm-strategy "spread"                                                                         Define a default scheduling strategy for Swarm
   --tls-san [--tls-san option --tls-san option]                                                     Support extra SANs for TLS certs

3. Create your machine

You need to configure your ACCESS_KEY and TOKEN, we suggest you to install scw and create a credential file using scw login.

In the following example, authentication is done without any other dependencies using the --scaleway-token=TOKEN and --scaleway-organization=ACCESS_KEY parameters.

$ docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-token=TOKEN --scaleway-organization=ORGANIZATION_ID --scaleway-name="cloud-scaleway-1" cloud-scaleway
Running pre-create checks...
Creating machine...
(cloud-scaleway) Creating SSH key...
(cloud-scaleway) Creating server...
(cloud-scaleway) Starting server...
Waiting for machine to be running, this may take a few minutes...
Detecting operating system of created instance...
Waiting for SSH to be available...
Detecting the provisioner...
Provisioning with ubuntu(upstart)...
Installing Docker...
Copying certs to the local machine directory...
Copying certs to the remote machine...
Setting Docker configuration on the remote daemon...
Checking connection to Docker...
Docker is up and running!
To see how to connect your Docker Client to the Docker Engine running on this virtual machine, run: docker-machine env cloud-scaleway

Note that you can store these parameters in the environment variables SCALEWAY_TOKEN and SCALEWAY_ORGANIZATION.

4. Test your machine

$ eval $(docker-machine env cloud-scaleway)      # loads environment variables to use your machine

$ docker-machine ls                              # cloud-scaleway is now activated
NAME             ACTIVE   DRIVER       STATE     URL                         SWARM   DOCKER    ERRORS
cloud-scaleway   *        scaleway     Running   tcp://212.47.248.251:2376           v1.10.3
dev              -        virtualbox   Running   tcp://192.168.99.100:2376           v1.9.1

$ docker run -d -p 80:80 owncloud:8.1            # starts a owncloud image
Unable to find image 'owncloud:8.1' locally
8.1: Pulling from library/owncloud
...

$ docker ps                                      # displays your containers
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE               COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                NAMES
ebdd86fcd18b        owncloud:8.1        "/entrypoint.sh apach"   22 seconds ago      Up 20 seconds       0.0.0.0:80->80/tcp   elegant_shirley

$ curl --silent http://212.47.248.251 | head -n1 # you can also open your browser with your IP
<!DOCTYPE html>

Options

Option Name Description Default Value required
--scaleway-organization or $SCALEWAY_ORGANIZATION Organization UUID none yes
--scaleway-token or $SCALEWAY_TOKEN Token UUID none yes
--scaleway-name or $SCALEWAY_NAME Server name none no
--scaleway-commercial-type or $SCALEWAY_COMMERCIAL_TYPE Commercial type VC1S no
--scaleway-image or $SCALEWAY_IMAGE Server image ubuntu-xenial no
--scaleway-region or $SCALEWAY_REGION Specify the location par1 no
--scaleway-debug or $SCALEWAY_DEBUG Toggle debugging false no
--scaleway-ip or $SCALEWAY_IP Server IP "" no
--scaleway-volumes or $SCALEWAY_VOLUMES Attach additional volume "" no
--scaleway-user or $SCALEWAY_USER SSH User root no
--scaleway-port or $SCALEWAY_PORT SSH port 22 no

Examples

# create a Scaleway docker host
docker-machine create -d scaleway my-scaleway-docker-machine

# create a VC1M server, name it my-docker-machine-1 on Scaleway and my-docker1 in the local Docker machine, with debug enabled
docker-machine create -d scaleway \
  --scaleway-name="my-docker-machine-1" --scaleway-debug \
  --scaleway-commercial-type="VC1M" --scaleway-volumes="50G" \
  my-docker1

# create a swarm master on a VC1M
docker-machine create -d scaleway \
  --scaleway-commercial-type="VC1M" --scaleway-volumes="50G" \
  --swarm --swarm-master --swarm-discovery="XXX"
  my-swarm-manager

# create a swarm slave on a VC1S
docker-machine create -d scaleway \
  --scaleway-commercial-type="VC1S" \
  --swarm --swarm-discovery="XXX"
  my-swarm-node

# create a docker host on the different server offers
docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type="VC1S"                           my-vc1s-node
docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type="VC1M" --scaleway-volumes="50G"  my-vc1m-node
docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type="VC1L" --scaleway-volumes="100G" my-vc1l-node
docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type="C2S"                            my-c2s-node
docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type="C2M"                            my-c2m-node
docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type="C2L"                            my-c2l-node

# remove a machine
docker-machine rm my-vc1s-node
About to remove my-vc1s-node
WARNING: This action will delete both local reference and remote instance.
Are you sure? (y/n): y
Successfully removed my-vc1s-node

# force remove a machine
docker-machine rm -f my-vc1s-node
About to remove my-vc1s-node
WARNING: This action will delete both local reference and remote instance.

More examples.


How to start an ARM server

To launch an ARM server, you need to start a server with our Docker Image, and use an empty install script.

$ curl -sL http://bit.ly/1sf3j8V
#!/bin/sh

exit 0

$ docker-machine create -d scaleway --scaleway-commercial-type=C1 --scaleway-image=docker --engine-install-url="http://bit.ly/1sf3j8V" arm-machine
Running pre-create checks...
Creating machine...
(arm-machine) Creating SSH key...
(arm-machine) Creating server...
(arm-machine) Starting server...
Waiting for machine to be running, this may take a few minutes...
Detecting operating system of created instance...
Waiting for SSH to be available...
Detecting the provisioner...
Provisioning with ubuntu(systemd)...
Installing Docker...
Copying certs to the local machine directory...
Copying certs to the remote machine...
Setting Docker configuration on the remote daemon...
Checking connection to Docker...
Docker is up and running!
To see how to connect your Docker Client to the Docker Engine running on this virtual machine, run: docker-machine env arm-machine

$ eval $(docker-machine env arm-machine) # arm-machine is now activated

$ docker run -it --rm multiarch/ubuntu-core:armhf-xenial # test an ARM container
Unable to find image 'multiarch/ubuntu-core:armhf-xenial' locally
armhf-xenial: Pulling from multiarch/ubuntu-core
9d12e3a67364: Pull complete
441bb0ba1886: Pull complete
4d9398209a87: Pull complete
89c0bb260a76: Pull complete
Digest: sha256:9b01beb4cdf0e1814583113105965f6b82a2fa618f403075f5ff653ac797911b
Status: Downloaded newer image for multiarch/ubuntu-core:armhf-xenial

root@ab197ef8bd3c:/# uname -a
Linux ab197ef8bd3c 4.5.4-docker-1 #1 SMP Thu May 19 18:02:43 UTC 2016 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
root@ab197ef8bd3c:/# exit

Changelog

v1.6 (2018-12-03)

  • Migrate from Godeps to dep
  • Upgrade scaleway-cli dependency
  • Add scripts to help release the project

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v1.5 (2018-11-19)

  • Revert "Remove VC product line"
  • Use xenial image id directly
  • Use default image's bootscript

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v1.4 (2018-10-28)

  • Change default bootscript
  • Remove VC product line
  • Allow the bootscript to be specified using it's unique id.
  • Vendor update
  • Remove IP adress if machine didn't exist (#64)

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v1.3 (2016-10-28)

  • Add --scaleway-region to start server on different location e.g. ams1 (Amsterdam)
  • Fix user-agent format
  • Add --scaleway-ipv6 (#50)
  • Add --scaleway-port
  • Add --scaleway-user

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v1.2.1 (2016-05-20)

  • Delete IP only when she has been created by docker-machine

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v1.2.0 (2016-05-08)

  • Add --scaleway-volumes (#37)
  • Add --scaleway-ip (#40)

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v1.1.0 (2016-04-28)

  • Fix provisionning error with xenial
  • docker-machine ls displays the commercial-type
  • Switch default image to Ubuntu Xenial
  • Add --scaleway-image (#22)
  • Add --scaleway-debug

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v1.0.2 (2016-04-20)

  • Add GOXC configuration (#19)
  • Fix rm subcommand (#17)
  • Initial homebrew support (#9)

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v1.0.1 (2016-04-19)

  • Bump dependencies

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v1.0.0 (2016-04-19)

  • Sleep only when we stop an host (#4)
  • Loads credentials from ~/.scwrc if available (#2)
  • Support of create
  • Support of start
  • Support of stop
  • Support of rm
  • Support of restart
  • Support of --scaleway-commercial-type
  • Support of --scaleway-name

Debugging

$ SCALEWAY_DEBUG=1 MACHINE_DEBUG=1 docker-machine ...

Development

Feel free to contribute 😃🍻

Release

You can easily build for all supported platforms using build-dmds-packages.sh script located in ./scripts

Links

License

MIT