- This allows you to run Docker images and Docker Compose on a single computer.
- Docker Compose
- Docker Compose is included as part of some Docker installers. If it's not part of your installation, then install it separately after you've installed Docker.
- Access to Quay
- Docker requires access to certain images which are stored on Quay. You need to use the correct credentials provided by Alfresco to access these images. Contact Alfresco Support to request the credentials.
- Download the latest Alfresco Content Services docker-compose.yml file by accessing the trial download page.
- Save the file in a local folder.
Edit the file and change the Solr 6 service. Add a # prefix to Alfresco Search Services so it is
solr6: #image: alfresco/alfresco-search-services:1.4.0 image: quay.io/alfresco/insight-engine:1.4.x mem_limit: 2500m environment: #Solr needs to know how to register itself with Alfresco - SOLR_ALFRESCO_HOST=alfresco - SOLR_ALFRESCO_PORT=8080 #Alfresco needs to know how to call solr - SOLR_SOLR_HOST=solr6 - SOLR_SOLR_PORT=8983 #Create the default alfresco and archive cores - SOLR_CREATE_ALFRESCO_DEFAULTS=alfresco,archive - "SOLR_JAVA_MEM=-Xms2g -Xmx2g" ports: - 8083:8983 #Browser portNote: If you want to use the Apache Zeppelin visualization interface with Alfresco Search and Insight Engine you have to deploy it using Docker Compose, along with Alfresco Content Services 6.0 or above and Alfresco Search and Insight Engine. You cannot install it manually. See Deploy Alfresco Insight Zeppelin using Docker Compose for the additional container information you need to add to your docker-compose.yml file.
- Save the file.
Log in to Quay using the following command:
$ docker login quay.io login against server at https://quay.io/v1/ Username: <<Quay.io Credential Username>> Password: <<Quay.io Credential Password>>
Change directory to the location of the docker-compose.yml file and
deploy Alfresco Content Services and Search and Insight Engine using the
This downloads the images, fetches all the dependencies, creates each container, and then starts the system. If you downloaded the project and changes were made to the project settings, any new images will be pulled from Quay before the system starts.
Wait for the logs to complete, the following message will display:
... alfresco_1 | 2019-08-08 21:02:20,386 INFO [management.subsystems.ChildApplicationContextFactory] [http-nio-8080-exec-10] Starting 'Transformers' subsystem, ID: [Transformers, default] alfresco_1 | 2019-08-08 21:02:20,661 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:
- Stop the session (by using CONTROL+C).
- Remove the container (using the --rmi all option): For example docker-compose down --rmi all.
- Try allocating more memory resources. As advised in docker-compose.yml set it to at least 16 GB. To adjust the memory, in Docker, go to Preferences (or Settings) > Advanced > Memory. Once you have adjusted the memory make sure you restart Docker and wait for the process to finish before continuing.
- Go back and retry the deployment.
Open your browser and check everything starts up correctly:
- Alfresco: http://localhost:8082/alfresco
- Share: http://localhost:8080/share
- Solr: http://localhost:8083/solr
Note: When you access the solr url you will see the version of Alfresco Search and Insight Engine that has installed.