|Marius Pana 7d85c685fb fixed typo in eval or compose||1 year ago|
|LICENSE||2 years ago|
|README.md||1 year ago|
|spearhead-docker||1 year ago|
This script will install compatible Docker versions for use with the Spearhead Cloud.
Your existing Docker will not be affected and you can conveniently switch between your own Docker and the Spearhead Cloud docker tools.
This is designed and tested for Linux and MacOS X.
In a terminal window, run the following command:
sudo bash -c 'curl -o /usr/local/bin/spearhead-docker https://code.spearhead.cloud/Spearhead/spearhead-docker-cli/raw/branch/master/spearhead-docker && chmod +x /usr/local/bin/spearhead-docker && ln -Fs /usr/local/bin/spearhead-docker /usr/local/bin/spearhead-compose && ln -Fs /usr/local/bin/spearhead-docker /usr/local/bin/spearheadn-docker-install'
That command will copy the
spearhead-docker shell script from this repo, and link it as
To complete the installation, run
sudo spearhead-docker-install to install the platform-specific versions of the Docker (now Moby) and Docker Compose CLI tools. These versions will not replace any existing Docker or Docker Compose versions you may have installed.
Once installed, use
spearhead-compose in place of
docker-compose when interacting with the Spearhead Cloud.
Start a Docker container running Nginx container on Spearhead Cloud:
$ spearhead-docker run -d -p 80 --name webserver nginx Executing in 'ro-1' (default; use `spearhead profile set <profile name>` to change) at 05:02:41 AM x5gso83h9365831psn43h7qwuc3115f9fitff59b2151694a963043sue94k2f73 $
Start all the containers to run WordPress via Docker Compose on Spearhead Cloud:
$ spearhead-compose up -d Executing in 'ro-1' (default; use `spearhead profile set <profile name>` to change) at 03:15:56 PM Creating wp_wordpress_1 Creating wp_nginx_1 Creating wp_nfs_1 Creating wp_memcached_1 Creating wp_prometheus_1 Creating wp_mysql_1 Creating wp_consul_1 $
This will also set some helpful environment variables for using Triton Container Name Service (CNS):
Those vars will be automatically set with values appropriate for use in Spearhead Public Cloud:
In addition to the shell script in this repo, this script will install: