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Features / Usability

Features / Usability


Official Docker Image

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Hi everyone,

I see that this exists;

https://hub.docker.com/r/montefuscolo/tikiwiki

Is that the official TikiWiki docker image? If not, where can I find it?

I would have thought we would have an official, Docker Certified image at

https://hub.docker.com/_/tikiwiki

...like MySQL has

https://hub.docker.com/_/mysql-enterprise-server

...as well as a publishers profile at

https://hub.docker.com/publishers/tiki

What would need to be done to set this up? Is that something I can help with?

Thanks,

James

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BUMP!

As Geek.Zone is currently broken, I'm looking to do a clean install and would love to be able to containerise.



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Looks like it provides the now-out-of-date Tiki 17? When will this be updated to provide the current LTS version?

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Hi Fabio!

As a bit of a docker newbie, I have a few questions!

I see that T19 is included, but github says that "installing database using command line is needed". Where are the instructions for this?

Where are the instructions to set up the reverse proxy for load balancing?

Would the load balancing proxy require that users are sent to different subdomains, like www1.example.com or www2.example.com depending on load? This would not be ideal for us as our SSL cert only covers Geek.Zone, not any subdomains.

Is a separate database docker image required?

The github instructions say "First it is needed to copy the YML above in a folder with a descriptive name, like example.com." Where should that folder be located?

Basically, a "Tiki For Docker for Dummies Smarties" guide would be really very helpful!

Thanks,

James