Getting upsilon-drone running in docker

This page will describe how to get upsilon-drone up and running in docker. If this is a new environment, you should install the web interface first.

Installer docker on a Linux machine, then start off by pulling the image.

root@host$: docker pull upsilonproject/drone

Create a new container;

root@host$: docker create --name upsilon-drone -e -e upsilonproject/drone a73536869670...

This should give you a new new container to play with, and will print it’s ID when created.

Start the container using the new ID;

root@host$: docker start upsilon-drone

We should see the drone start up;

root@host$: docker ps

CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES a73536869670 upsilonproject/drone “/bin/sh -c /usr/shar” 13 seconds ago Up 3 seconds upsilon-drone </code>

Looks good. Lets check the logs;

docker logs upsilon-drone DEBUG Logging override configuration exists, parsing: /etc/upsilon-drone/logging.xml INFO Upsilon 2.2.0-0-1505432429 INFO ———- INFO Identifier: INFO Configuration file does not exist, configuration will only be possible via AMQP. INFO Before dns setup; networkaddress.cache[.negative].ttl = null / 10 INFO After dns setup; networkaddress.cache[.negative].ttl = 60 / 60 INFO Starting daemon: DaemonRest INFO Starting the AMQP listener, connecting to host: upsilon DEBUG Server started at: </code>

This looks like upsilon-drone starting up no problems at all. It will look for a AMQP server using the DNS name “upsilon”.