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@matthew-p/docker-server

1.0.10 • Public • Published

Universal docker server

Nginx (1.17.8), PHP (7.4) / Node (13.10), MySql (5.7), Redis (5.0.7)

Installation

The preferred way to install this extension.

Either run

  • for composer

    php composer.phar require --prefer-dist matthew-p/docker-server

    or add

    "matthew-p/docker-server": "^4.11.0"
    

    to the require section of your composer.json file.

  • for npm

    npm i --save @matthew-p/docker-server@latest

    or add

    "@matthew-p/docker-server": "^4.11.0"
    

    to the dependencies section of your package.json file.

After install package:

  1. Add or update section scripts in composer.json or package.json:

    • for composer.json
      {
          "scripts": {
              "server": "vendor/bin/site-start.sh --env-file=docker/.env.local",
              "server-run": "vendor/bin/site-run.sh --env-file=docker/.env.local",
              "server-exec": "vendor/bin/site-exec.sh --env-file=docker/.env.local",
       
              // (optional)
              "server-prod": "vendor/bin/site-aws.sh --env-file=docker/.env.prod",
              // (optional)
              "server-deploy-dev": "vendor/bin/site-deploy.sh --env-file=docker/.env.dev"
          }
      }
    • for package.json
      {
          "scripts": {
              "server": "docker-server-start --env-file=docker/.env.local",
              "server-run": "docker-server-run --env-file=docker/.env.local",
              "server-exec": "docker-server-exec --env-file=docker/.env.local",
       
              // (optional)
              "server-prod": "docker-server-aws --env-file=docker/.env.prod",
              // (optional)
              "server-deploy-dev": "docker-server-deploy --env-file=docker/.env.dev"
          }
      }

    where "docker/.env.local" relative path to your local env config (will be created in next step).

  2. Run: composer server init or npm run server init. This will create a docker folder in your project root directory.

  3. Change root-path in docker/nginx/conf-dynamic.d/sample.conf

  4. See supported os and config docker/.env.local according to your operating system

  5. Run server: composer server up or npm run server up

Supported OS

Environments && Commands

PhpStorm samples

Latest docker images

  • NGINX
    • matthewpatell/universal-docker-nginx:3.7
  • SERVER
    • matthewpatell/universal-docker-server:4.0
    • matthewpatell/universal-docker-server:4.0-dev
    • matthewpatell/universal-docker-server:4.0-jre (with java)
  • PHP-FPM:
    • matthewpatell/universal-docker-server-php-fpm:4.0
  • NODE:
    • node:13.10

FEATURES

  • Multiple config: vendor/bin/site-start.sh --env-file=docker/.env.dev,docker/.env.local
  • Use environment, extends, overriding between configs
    # Simple usage
    SERVICES="$SERVICES -f my.yml"
     
    # Will be recompiled (bad example)
    SERVICES="${SERVICES} -f my.yml"
     
    # Will be recompiled (good example)
    SERVICES="${SERVICES_EXTERNAL} -f my.yml"
  • Use all environments in docker-compose files
  • Overriding, extends docker-compose files
  • Run container and execute command: composer server-run server "ls && top"
  • Run command in working container: composer server-exec server "composer install"
  • AWS create/update "Task Definitions"
  • Auto update /etc/hosts file on host machine
  • Auto create nginx proxies on host machine
  • Deploy
  • And etc.

LIFEHACKS

  • Configure hosts file:

    1. Check nginx container IP and add to hosts file:

      docker inspect sample_nginx

      view "IPAddress" and add to:

      sudo nano /etc/hosts

      172.18.0.4 sample.io (for example)
      save and check it.

    2. Open browser and check sample.io

    OR see below static network layer

  • Add static network layer (only for Linux)

    1. Change SERVICES variable in your local env (docker/.env.local) to:
      SERVICES="$SERVICES -f docker/docker-compose.common.yml -f docker/docker-compose.static-network.yml"
    2. Run: composer server restart and check it.
  • Update package without composer install and depencies

    • with composer image:
    docker run --rm --interactive --volume $PWD:/app composer update --ignore-platform-reqs --no-scripts
    • with server images:
    docker run --rm --interactive --volume $PWD:/app matthewpatell/universal-docker-server:4.0 bash -c 'cd /app && composer install --no-scripts'
    • with server image and additional global packages:
    docker run --rm --interactive --volume $PWD:/app matthewpatell/universal-docker-server:4.0 bash -c 'cd /app && composer global require "fxp/composer-asset-plugin:^1.4.2" && composer global require "hirak/prestissimo:~0.3.7" && composer install --no-scripts'
  • Use git-container instead of git itself

 
docker run -it --rm \
        --user $(id -u):$(id -g) \
        -v $HOME:$HOME:rw \
        -v /etc/passwd:/etc/passwd:ro \
        -v /etc/group:/etc/group:ro \
        -v $PWD:$PWD:rw \
        -w $PWD \
        alpine/git \
        clone [command]
 
# Or add alias in ~/.profile (change `git` to any another keyword if git actually installed) 
cat >> ~/.profile << EOF
    function git () {
        (docker run -it --rm --user \$(id -u):\$(id -g) -v \$HOME:\$HOME:rw -v /etc/passwd:/etc/passwd:ro -v /etc/group:/etc/group:ro -v \$PWD:\$PWD:rw -w \$PWD alpine/git "\$@")
    }
EOF
source ~/.profile
# and use via alias 
git clone git@githab.com:foob/bar.git .
git pull

That's all. Check it. :)

Install

npm i @matthew-p/docker-server

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Version

1.0.10

License

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