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Create a systemd unit to start relevant docker containers
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Some Docker containers should be started manually.

Prepare a script to run them, then a systemd unit to call this script.

In a first time, this script could be as easy as (extracted from P91):

#!/bin/sh
docker start acquisitariat devcentral wolfphab etherpad otrs_demo

Then, we could make it more powerful with a configuration file somewhere listing the containers to run.

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dereckson created this task.Jul 10 2015, 01:07
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dereckson assigned this task to Sandlayth.Jul 11 2015, 02:13

Per #nasqueron-ops message at 23:32:16.

Sandlayth closed this task as Resolved.EditedSep 1 2015, 19:10

Files created:

  • List of containers:  /etc/containers.conf
  • Script wich gets names from the list: /usr/lib/systemd/system/get-containers-list
  • Script in order to {start,stop} containers:  /usr/lib/systemd/system/docker_{start,stop}
  • Service to automate launching containers : /usr/lib/systemd/system/docker-containers.service

Ths service has been successfully enabled using

sudo systemctl enable docker-containers.service
dereckson reopened this task as Open.Dec 27 2015, 19:07

Some improvement is needed, as D20 and T467#4446 are contradictory.