Genie.Deploy.Docker.dockerfileFunction
dockerfile(path::String = "."; user::String = "genie", env::String = "dev",
          filename::String = "Dockerfile", port::Int = 8000, dockerport::Int = 80, force::Bool = false)

Generates a Dockerfile optimised for containerizing Genie apps.

Arguments

  • path::String: where to generate the file
  • filename::String: the name of the file (default Dockerfile)
  • user::String: the name of the system user under which the Genie app is run
  • env::String: the environment in which the Genie app will run
  • host::String: the local IP of the Genie app inside the container
  • port::Int: the port of the Genie app inside the container
  • dockerport::Int: the port to use on the host (used by the EXPOSE directive)
  • force::Bool: if the file already exists, when force is true, it will be overwritten
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Genie.Deploy.Docker.runFunction
run(; containername::String = "genieapp", hostport::Int = 80, containerport::Int = 8000, appdir::String = "/home/genie/app",
    mountapp::Bool = false, image::String = "genie", command::String = "bin/server", rm::Bool = true, it::Bool = true)

Runs the Docker container named containername, binding hostport and containerport.

Arguments

  • containername::String: the name of the container of the Genie app
  • hostport::Int: port to be used on the host for accessing the app
  • containerport::Int: the port on which the app is running inside the container
  • appdir::String: the folder where the app is stored within the container
  • mountapp::String: if true the app from the host will be mounted so that changes on the host will be reflected when accessing the app in the container (to be used for dev)
  • image::String: the name of the Docker image
  • command::String: what command to run when starting the app
  • rm::Bool: removes the container upon exit
  • it::Bool: runs interactively
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