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Vagrant, Docker and php

to use this

  1. clone this repo
  2. change the config to your setup (see below)
  3. install docker and vagrant (>1.6)
  4. in the root run vagrant up --provider docker
  5. go and grab a coffee the first time
  6. later, go to http://localhost:9876, voilĂ !
  7. you can edit your php stuff live in the www folder

/!\ Proxy

If you are behind a proxy, there are 2 things to configure.

Assuming you have some proxy (like cntlm) on your machine, you must:

  • configure the proxy in the /etc/default/docker file with localhost and restart docker.
  • configure apt in the container apt/apt.conf with your ip
  • if you plan tu use composer.phar, you'll also need to provide the proxy in the Dockerfile (see the commented line)

Logs

Logs (nginx, php-fpm) appear in the run/log folder.

Normal operations

Starting

vagrant up --provider docker

Stoping

vagrant [suspend|destroy]

Use the second one if you change some configuration.

a shell on the container

vagrant -t -i <name of the image> /bin/bash

listing images

docker images

If you don't commit a docker container, it will have generated name.

Example output

<none>              <none>              d7ad64b3430b        About an hour ago   245.3 MB
<none>              <none>              f11338006769        About an hour ago   241 MB
<none>              <none>              3b57ade6f136        2 hours ago         241.3 MB
debian              latest              25daec02219d        11 days ago         85.18 MB
debian              wheezy              25daec02219d        11 days ago         85.18 MB

I would try d7ad64b3430b.

clean up

You shouldn't do this if you don't play a lot with docker:

# Delete all containers
docker rm $(docker ps -a -q)
# Delete all images
docker rmi $(docker images -q)

Modifications

apt

You can add packages to the container in the Docker/DockerFile.

http

You can change the default http port in the VagrantFile.

php composer

composer.phar is included in the php folder. You can add you project dependencies in the composer.json file. For your changes to work, you must restart the vagrant.

Don't put the composer.json file in the www directory, it will not work.

TODO

Create another Vagrant/Docker for storage (whatever is needed) or add it on this setup (still thinking about it).