docker container and docker-compose file for gitbucket

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README.md

docker container for gitbucket

Build Status Donate

This docker container of gitbucket is in beta state!

Table of contents

Usage

Dependencies

Update

Please make a backup from the hole directory bevor update your repsitory and commit your changes!

from 4.19.3 to 4.20.0

You have to backup your gitbucket.conf because this config does not exist in the repository any more. You have to manage the config file manually. The new install script will create a local config fiel as copy from gitbucket.conf.example and generate new passwords.

Installation

  1. Get code from repository:

    git clone https://gitbucket.pgollor.de/git/docker/gitbucket.git
    cd gitbucket
  2. Execute install script

    ./install.sh
  3. Change the confoguration and start with:

    docker-compose up -d
  4. Open 127.0.0.1:8080 and be habby. :-) Default user and passwort are both root.

Configuration

Please use the configuration file gitbucket.conf for your personal changes. There are three configs for gitbucket:

  • GITBUCKET_BIND: ip address to bind to
  • GITBUCKET_WEB_PORT: web port to bind to
  • GITBUCKET_SSH_PORT: ssh port to bind to

Update

Update your gitbucket image in three steps. But first of all: MAKE A BACKUP!!!

  1. Commit your local changes. Changes in gitbucket.conf will be ignored!

  2. get the new image Shutdown and remove your images. This will not delete your mysql database volume.

    docker-compose down

    After that get the new image and start it:

    docker-compose pull
    docker-compose up -d --remove-orphans
  3. cleanup your docker environment This step is optional. Please do this only if you understand the next line.

    docker rmi -f $(docker images -f "dangling=true" -q)

Plugins

To use plugins download the plugin and move it into data/plugins. After that restart the gitbucket container with docker-compose restart main-gitbucket.

Backup

For backuping the mysql database and the repositories you could use the backup.sh script and combine it with a daily cronjob. This script will create a compressed backup and keep the files 10 days in the backup directory. All files which are older then 10 days will be deleted.

Troubleshooting

Error 503 on first start

Please check the gitbucket log files with

docker-compose logs main-gitbucket

If you get Could not connect to address=(host=172.22.2.251) as error: Please restart the gitbucket container with docker-compose restart main-gitbucket because the mariadb container needs some time to run completly at the first start. After that it should be work. If doesn't please contact me via issue@pgollor.de because gitbucket does not allow issues for guests.

Contact and Contribution

You can write me an email ( kalle@pgollor.de ) or you could register here as an user to contribute to this project. After register please fork this repository and create pull reqeusts with your changes or add an issue.

TODO

  • check gitbucket.war hash after download
  • maybe a nginx container with ssl???

Inspirations

I got some inspirations for this project from:

License

cc-bc-sa: Please see license

Gitbucket license