I'm trying to build a docker container with log.io. If I manually run:
docker run -it node:argon -p 28777:28777 -p 28778:28778 -p 8000:80 /bin/bash
and manually run inside the command which you see in the Dockerfile then everything works perfectly and I am able to log into the service using http.
FROM node:argon WORKDIR Logz.io/src/ RUN useradd -ms /bin/bash ubuntu #RUN mkdir /root/.log.io \ # && touch /root/.log.io/harvester.conf \ # && touch /root/.log.io/log_server.conf \ # && touch /root/.log.io/web_server.conf #RUN chmod g+rwx /root/logzio RUN apt-get update \ && apt-get install -y vim net-tools RUN npm install log.io RUN /node_modules/log.io/bin/log.io-server & RUN /node_modules/log.io/bin/log.io-harvester & EXPOSE 28777 EXPOSE 28778 EXPOSE 8000
But if I run:
docker build .
The container is created, everything is installed but:
- When the creation finishes and I run
docker ps -a, the container is not displayed (even though I get it's details when I run
- The Log.io service is unavailable when I browse to it through http.
Anyone knows what I'm doing wrong?
Docker build does not create a container, it creates an image.
If you do:
docker build -t "myimage:0.1" .
docker run -it myimage:0.1 -p 28777:28777 -p 28778:28778 -p 8000:80 /bin/bash
it will instantiate a container based on the image you just built.