Use the official BorgWarehouse docker image
- Get the latest BorgWarehouse docker image from the docker hub.
docker pull borgwarehouse/borgwarehouse:latest
- Get the
docker-composefile from the github repository and adapt it to your needs.
You are free to use the UID:GID of your choice to run borgwarehouse, but it must be greater than 1000 (
1000:1000is already used by the node base image).
version: "3" services: borgwarehouse: container_name: borgwarehouse # If you want to build the image yourself and use it, uncomment the following lines and comment the image line #build: # context: . # dockerfile: Dockerfile image: borgwarehouse/borgwarehouse # UID:GID must match the user and group ID of the host folders and must be > 1000 user: "1001:1001" ports: - "3000:3000" - "2222:22" environment: - NEXTAUTH_URL=https://your.domain.com - NEXTAUTH_SECRET=your-secret - CRONJOB_KEY=your-other-secret # The SSH_SERVER_PORT must match the port exposed above - SSH_SERVER_PORT=2222 - FQDN=your.domain.com volumes: # The host folders must be owned by the user with UID and GID specified above - <host-folder>/config:/home/borgwarehouse/app/config - <host-folder>/ssh:/home/borgwarehouse/.ssh - <host-folder>/ssh_host:/etc/ssh - <host-folder>/repos:/home/borgwarehouse/repos # Apprise is used to send notifications, it's optional. http://apprise:8000 is the URL to use in BorgWarehouse. apprise: container_name: apprise image: caronc/apprise user: "www-data:www-data"
- Create the 4 volumes on the host and adapt the permissions.
- Launch the docker-compose file with
docker-compose up -d.
Build your own docker image
Of course, you can build your own docker image.
Firstly, clone the repository and go to the docker directory. Then, build the image with the following command :
docker build -t borgwarehouse .