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Roughly speaking, there are two ways to deploy gStore via Docker.
The first one is using Dockerfile file in the root directory of project to automatically build it. And then run the container.
Another one is downloading the mirror which has been automatically built directly, then just run it.
It's worth noting that the Docker with too high version may lead to some problems. Please read the precautions carefully. The current version of test environment is Docker CE 18.06.1
After having the correct Docker environment and network, use
git clone to download the project firstly. Then enter the root directory and input command
make pre to unzip some toolkits. After inputting command
docker build -t gstore it's available to start building. In the default case, it will use the Dockerfile in the root directory. More specific explanation has been written in the Dockerfile.
After the building, using
docker run -p 9000:80 -it gstore directly to start and enter the container and execute other operations.
Instead of downloading project or building on your own, input
docker pull pkumod/gstore:latest to pull the mirror which has been automatically built well on the docker hub. Then input
docker run -p 9000:80 -it pkumod/gstore:latest to start and enter the container and execute other operations.
The proportion of the loss of the performance of the container under the conditions of different file numbers/networks. The performance of running gStore in the native environment and in the container.
It's waiting for supplement.
Waiting for supplement.
The mirror of gcc:8 has conquered the space of 1.7G, bringing a lot of unnecessary things(including the environment of Go). Hoping to optimize the mirror source in the future excepting lowing the gcc's version.
There are still a large number of content waiting for supplement.
Up to now we have just given a basic version. It's only the first step of containerization.
It's the document ver1.0