Docker to snappy
vinzjobard at gmail.com
Tue Nov 29 23:03:07 UTC 2016
I take a look at the discourse project, they visibly don't want to support
anything else than docker. There's no documentation about alternatives ways
\o/ So it will be more difficult to create snaps
Searching more on Google, I find this, that could help :
But seems that creating discourse snap will be a little bit difficult, and
the Discourse team doesn't ready to cooperate. But if someone success and
PR them the snapcraf.yaml, it could help to open discourse installation on
non-docker ready system (arm, x86)
I don't know the relationship that Canonical have with Discourse, but some
diplomatic-political stuff with upstream could help
Good luck with this one ^^"
On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 3:33 PM Loïc Minier <loic.minier at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 2:37 PM, Didier Roche <didrocks at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > It is possible to imagine some tool to transform a docker recipe to
> > snappy ?
> > Example: https://github.com/discourse/discourse_docker
> I dont think we have a discourse snap (yet), albeit some people seem to
> consider this would be an excellent idea
> I don't think transforming a dockerfile directly in a snap would work.
> Indeed, you are running scripts, don't necessarily have you stack
> location in relocatable path and such. I feel this will more error out
> and take more time to do the final conversion than being beneficial.
> However, as a transition solution, I know we have some docker snap.
> Loïc (who worked on snapping docker), is it possible to turn this into a
> docker part and embed the image + docker itself, while pointing at the
> entry point?
> I wouldn't recommend embedding docker as a part to a snap because it
> requires restricted interfaces to operate properly and we wouldn't want to
> give these permissions to a large number of snaps; however, it would be
> possible to:
> - install docker snap
> - install a discourse-docker snap which would contain the docker image
> (import the latest image as shipped by the snap before "docker run"-ning it)
> (I don't have an example of such a snap)
> @Anca, however it's likely simpler to snap Discourse! Have you tried this?
> Did you face some questions that we can perhaps help you with?
> Thanks for your work on getting Discourse on snappy systems! :-)
> - Loïc Minier
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