To deploy Alfresco Content Services using docker-compose, download and install Docker, then follow the steps below.
Clone the project locally, change directory to the project folder, and switch to the
git clone https://github.com/Alfresco/acs-deployment.git cd acs-deployment git checkout support/HF/1.0
In this example, the branch support/HF/1.0 contains to the latest Alfresco Content Services 6.0.1 release.
You can replace the branch name with a release tag that corresponds to specific version of Alfresco Content Services. See Alfresco Content Service deployment - Releases for a list of releases.
You can skip the git checkout command to deploy Alfresco Content Services using the latest images. By doing this, you'll access the latest (and possibly unreleased) components, such as release candidates (that is, -RC).
Alternatively, you can use the following link to view or download the project source code (as a zip file):
- Change directory to the docker-compose folder:
Deploy Alfresco Content Services, including
the repository, Share, Postgres database, and Search Services:
This downloads the images, fetches all the dependencies, creates each container, and then starts the system:
Creating network "docker-compose_default" with the default driver ... Creating docker-compose_alfresco-pdf-renderer_1 ... done Creating docker-compose_solr6_1 ... done Creating docker-compose_postgres_1 ... done Creating docker-compose_imagemagick_1 ... done Creating docker-compose_libreoffice_1 ... done Creating docker-compose_share_1 ... done Creating docker-compose_alfresco_1 ... done Attaching to docker-compose_postgres_1, docker-compose_solr6_1, docker-compose_alfresco-pdf-renderer_1, docker-compose_imagemagick_1, docker-compose_alfresco_1, docker-compose_libreoffice_1, docker-compose_share_1 ...
As an alternative, you can also start the containers in the background by running docker-compose up -d.
Wait for the logs to complete, showing message:
... alfresco_1 | 2018-08-28 08:40:30,386 INFO [management.subsystems.ChildApplicationContextFactory] [http-nio-8080-exec-10] Starting 'Transformers' subsystem, ID: [Transformers, default] alfresco_1 | 2018-08-28 08:40:30,661 INFO [management.subsystems.ChildApplicationContextFactory] [http-nio-8080-exec-10] Startup of 'Transformers' subsystem, ID: [Transformers, default] complete
If you encounter errors whilst the system is starting up:
Note: Although 16 GB is the required minimum memory setting, keep in mind that 6 GB is much lower than the required minimum, and may need to be adapted for your environment.
- Stop the session (by using CONTROL+C).
- Remove the containers (using the --rmi all option):
docker-compose down --rmi all
- Try allocating more memory resources, as advised in docker-compose.yml. For example, in Docker, change the memory setting in Preferences (or Settings) > Advanced > Memory, to at least 6 GB. Make sure you restart Docker and wait for the process to finish before continuing.
- Go back to step 3 (above) to start the deployment again.
Open your browser and check everything starts up correctly:
- Share: http://localhost:8080/share
- REST APIs and administration: http://localhost:8082/alfresco
- Search administration: http://localhost:8083/solr
Log in as the admin user. Enter the default administrator password
You can use a number of commands to check that the system started correctly. See Checking system start up for more.
In this project, you can use the docker-compose.yml file following the documentation for standard installations, or customize the file to apply settings as appropriate to your specific deployment environment.