Yii2 PHP Docker Image
This is the repo of the official Yii 2.0 Framework image on DockerHub for PHP.
These Docker images are built on top of the official PHP Docker image, they contain additional PHP extensions required to run Yii 2.0 framework, but no code of the framework itself.
Dockerfile(s) of this repository are designed to build from different PHP-versions by using build arguments.
Available versions for
The following images are built on a weekly basis for arm64 and amd64. For regular commits on master we only build images for amd64 suffixed with
8.2-apache-min, 8.2-fpm-min, 8.2-fpm-nginx-min 8.1-apache-min, 8.1-fpm-min, 8.1-fpm-nginx-min 8.0-apache-min, 8.0-fpm-min, 8.0-fpm-nginx-min 7.4-apache-min, 7.4-fpm-min, 7.4-fpm-nginx-min
8.2-apache, 8.2-fpm, 8.2-fpm-nginx 8.1-apache, 8.1-fpm, 8.1-fpm-nginx 8.0-apache, 8.0-fpm, 8.0-fpm-nginx 7.4-apache, 7.4-fpm, 7.4-fpm-nginx
Deprecated or EOL versions
7.3-apache, 7.3-fpm 7.2-apache, 7.1-apache, 7.0-apache, 5.6-apache 7.2-fpm, 7.1-fpm, 7.0-fpm, 5.6-fpm
cp .env-dist .env
Adjust the versions in
.env if you want to build a specific version.
Note: Please make sure to use a matching combination of
PHP_ENABLE_XDEBUGwhether to load an enable Xdebug, defaults to
0(false) not available in
PHP_USER_ID(Debian only) user ID, when running commands as webserver (
www-data), see also #15
docker-compose run --rm php php /tests/requirements.php
To enable Xdebug, set
PHP_ENABLE_XDEBUG=1 in .env file
Xdebug is configured to call ip
9005 port (not use standard port to avoid conflicts),
so you have to configure your IDE to receive connections from that ip.
More information can be found in the docs folder.
- We do not officially support Alpine images, due to numerous issues with PHP requirements and because framework tests are not passing.
- Depending on the (Debian) base-image (usually PHP <7.4) you might need to set