RubyonRails and mysql

Create MySQL server

Mysql is by far the most used database in the open source community so a docker image have been created with mysql installed on it.

Step 1: Create Docker File

Create a folder name mysqlImage and create Dockerfile that contains the instructions needed for the image.

#mkdir mysqlImage

#cd mysqlImage

#vi Dockerfile

In the docker file write the needed configurations:

# Version: 0.0.1 FROM mysql #use mysql image to be our base image MAINTAINER Name name@name.com VOLUME /SQLDBFILES:/var/lib/mysql #set the Database super user password ENV MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD w@lid #make sure that mysql Server is running RUN service mysql start # The Image default expose # EXPOSE 3306

Step 2: Build docker Image

# docker build –t washraf/mysql .

Step 3: run the container

# docker run --name wsql -d washraf/mysql

Step 4: find the assigned IP

# docker inspect wsql

Ruby on Rails

Step 1: create the project and configure it to use MySQL

Step 2: configure the database source in the code

username: root #the user you uses password: w@lid #the password you save host: 172.17.0.61 #the assigned ip

Step 3: Create a deployment and run script SCRIPT.sh

/bin/bash # My first script cd /root/trial bundle install rake db:create rake db:migrate rails server -b 0.0.0.0

Step 4: Create Dockerfile

From rails COPY /trial/ /root/trial/ COPY /SCRIPT.sh /root/ #ENTRYPOINT /root/SCIRPT.sh EXPOSE 3000

Step 5: Build DockerFile

docker build --no-cache -t washraf/rails .

Step 6: start the container

docker run -d -p 3000:3000 washraf/rails /root/SCRIPT.sh