Good news! We've made it a little easier to bring up iRODS using Docker,
whether you need an iCAT server, a server plus iDrop Web 2, or
iCommands are new this round; thank you to Darin London for the suggestion.
We're on Docker Hub now. This means that you're only a few commands away from having a basic iRODS server or client installation ready to use.
(Of course, as before, the source code and build instructions for the Docker images are available in Github.)
A few notes about usage:
iCAT only (loaded as background process)-
docker pull irods/icat:4.0.3 docker run -p [port 1247 redirect]:1247 -d -t irods/icat:4.0.3 [new rodsadmin password]
iCAT + iDrop Web 2 (loaded as background process)-
docker pull irods/idrop-web2:4.0.3 docker run -p [port 1247 redirect]:1247 -p [port 80 redirect]:80 -e DOCKER_PORT80=[port 80 redirect] -e DOCKER_HOSTNAME=[hostname of the host machine] -d -t irods/idrop-web2:4.0.3 [new rodsadmin password]
iCommands (loaded as foreground process)-
docker pull irods/icommands:4.0.3 docker run -ti irods/icommands:4.0.3
Questions? Comment below. Happy Dockering!