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Co-authored-by: FloatingGhost <hannah@coffee-and-dreams.uk>
Reviewed-on: #231
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floatingghost 2 months ago
parent 60b3c8d17b
commit 66f913355a

@ -6,12 +6,12 @@ COPYING
*file
elixir_buildpack.config
test/
instance/
_build
deps
test
benchmarks
docs/site
docker-db
uploads
instance
# Required to get version
!.git

10
.gitignore vendored

@ -17,6 +17,13 @@ secret
/instance
/priv/ssh_keys
vm.args
.cache/
.hex/
.mix/
.psql_history
docker-resources/Dockerfile
docker-resources/Caddyfile
pgdata
# Prevent committing custom emojis
/priv/static/emoji/custom/*
@ -65,3 +72,6 @@ pleroma.iml
# Generated documentation
docs/site
# docker stuff
docker-db

@ -6,6 +6,9 @@ The format is based on [Keep a Changelog](https://keepachangelog.com/en/1.0.0/).
## Unreleased
## Added
- Officially supported docker release
## Changes
- Follows no longer override domain blocks, a domain block is final
- Deletes are now the lowest priority to publish and will be handled after creates

@ -1,21 +1,9 @@
FROM elixir:1.13.4-alpine as build
COPY . .
FROM hexpm/elixir:1.13.4-erlang-24.3.4.5-alpine-3.15.6
ENV MIX_ENV=prod
RUN apk add git gcc g++ musl-dev make cmake file-dev &&\
echo "import Config" > config/prod.secret.exs &&\
mix local.hex --force &&\
mix local.rebar --force &&\
mix deps.get --only prod &&\
mkdir release &&\
mix release --path release
FROM alpine:3.16
ARG BUILD_DATE
ARG VCS_REF
ARG HOME=/opt/akkoma
ARG DATA=/var/lib/akkoma
LABEL org.opencontainers.image.title="akkoma" \
org.opencontainers.image.description="Akkoma for Docker" \
@ -26,25 +14,21 @@ LABEL org.opencontainers.image.title="akkoma" \
org.opencontainers.image.revision=$VCS_REF \
org.opencontainers.image.created=$BUILD_DATE
ARG HOME=/opt/akkoma
ARG DATA=/var/lib/akkoma
RUN apk add git gcc g++ musl-dev make cmake file-dev exiftool ffmpeg imagemagick libmagic ncurses postgresql-client
RUN apk update &&\
apk add exiftool ffmpeg imagemagick libmagic ncurses postgresql-client &&\
adduser --system --shell /bin/false --home ${HOME} akkoma &&\
mkdir -p ${DATA}/uploads &&\
mkdir -p ${DATA}/static &&\
chown -R akkoma ${DATA} &&\
mkdir -p /etc/akkoma &&\
chown -R akkoma /etc/akkoma
EXPOSE 4000
USER akkoma
ARG UID=1000
ARG GID=1000
ARG UNAME=akkoma
COPY --from=build --chown=akkoma:0 /release ${HOME}
RUN addgroup -g $GID $UNAME
RUN adduser -u $UID -G $UNAME -D -h $HOME $UNAME
COPY ./config/docker.exs /etc/akkoma/config.exs
COPY ./docker-entrypoint.sh ${HOME}
WORKDIR /opt/akkoma
EXPOSE 4000
USER $UNAME
RUN mix local.hex --force &&\
mix local.rebar --force
ENTRYPOINT ["/opt/akkoma/docker-entrypoint.sh"]
CMD ["/opt/akkoma/docker-entrypoint.sh"]

@ -24,11 +24,11 @@ config :pleroma, Pleroma.Repo,
config :web_push_encryption, :vapid_details, subject: "mailto:#{System.get_env("NOTIFY_EMAIL")}"
config :pleroma, :database, rum_enabled: false
config :pleroma, :instance, static_dir: "/var/lib/pleroma/static"
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Uploaders.Local, uploads: "/var/lib/pleroma/uploads"
config :pleroma, :instance, static_dir: "/var/lib/akkoma/static"
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Uploaders.Local, uploads: "/var/lib/akkoma/uploads"
# We can't store the secrets in this file, since this is baked into the docker image
if not File.exists?("/var/lib/pleroma/secret.exs") do
if not File.exists?("/var/lib/akkoma/secret.exs") do
secret = :crypto.strong_rand_bytes(64) |> Base.encode64() |> binary_part(0, 64)
signing_salt = :crypto.strong_rand_bytes(8) |> Base.encode64() |> binary_part(0, 8)
{web_push_public_key, web_push_private_key} = :crypto.generate_key(:ecdh, :prime256v1)
@ -52,16 +52,16 @@ if not File.exists?("/var/lib/pleroma/secret.exs") do
web_push_private_key: Base.url_encode64(web_push_private_key, padding: false)
)
File.write("/var/lib/pleroma/secret.exs", secret_file)
File.write("/var/lib/akkoma/secret.exs", secret_file)
end
import_config("/var/lib/pleroma/secret.exs")
import_config("/var/lib/akkoma/secret.exs")
# For additional user config
if File.exists?("/var/lib/pleroma/config.exs"),
do: import_config("/var/lib/pleroma/config.exs"),
if File.exists?("/var/lib/akkoma/config.exs"),
do: import_config("/var/lib/akkoma/config.exs"),
else:
File.write("/var/lib/pleroma/config.exs", """
File.write("/var/lib/akkoma/config.exs", """
import Config
# For additional configuration outside of environmental variables

@ -0,0 +1,61 @@
version: "3.7"
services:
db:
image: akkoma-db:latest
build: ./docker-resources/database
restart: unless-stopped
user: ${DOCKER_USER}
environment: {
# This might seem insecure but is usually not a problem.
# You should leave this at the "akkoma" default.
# The DB is only reachable by containers in the same docker network,
# and is not exposed to the open internet.
#
# If you do change this, remember to update "config.exs".
POSTGRES_DB: akkoma,
POSTGRES_USER: akkoma,
POSTGRES_PASSWORD: akkoma,
}
env_file:
- .env
volumes:
- type: bind
source: ./pgdata
target: /var/lib/postgresql/data
akkoma:
image: akkoma:latest
build: .
restart: unless-stopped
env_file:
- .env
links:
- db
ports: [
# Uncomment/Change port mappings below as needed.
# The left side is your host machine, the right one is the akkoma container.
# You can prefix the left side with an ip.
# Webserver (for reverse-proxies outside of docker)
# If you use a dockerized proxy, you can leave this commented
# and use a container link instead.
"127.0.0.1:4000:4000",
]
volumes:
- .:/opt/akkoma
# Uncomment the following if you want to use a reverse proxy
#proxy:
# image: caddy:2-alpine
# restart: unless-stopped
# links:
# - akkoma
# ports: [
# "443:443",
# "80:80"
# ]
# volumes:
# - ./docker-resources/Caddyfile:/etc/caddy/Caddyfile
# - ./caddy-data:/data
# - ./caddy-config:/config

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ while ! pg_isready -U ${DB_USER:-pleroma} -d postgres://${DB_HOST:-db}:5432/${DB
done
echo "-- Running migrations..."
$HOME/bin/pleroma_ctl migrate
mix ecto.migrate
echo "-- Starting!"
exec $HOME/bin/pleroma start
mix phx.server

@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
# default docker Caddyfile config for Akkoma
#
# Simple installation instructions:
# 1. Replace 'example.tld' with your instance's domain wherever it appears.
example.tld {
log {
output file /var/log/caddy/akkoma.log
}
encode gzip
reverse_proxy akkoma:4000
}

@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
#!/bin/sh
docker-compose build --build-arg UID=$(id -u) --build-arg GID=$(id -g) akkoma
docker-compose build --build-arg UID=$(id -u) --build-arg GID=$(id -g) db

@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
FROM postgres:14-alpine
ARG UID=1000
ARG GID=1000
ARG UNAME=akkoma
RUN addgroup -g $GID $UNAME
RUN adduser -u $UID -G $UNAME -D -h $HOME $UNAME
USER akkoma

@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
MIX_ENV=prod
DB_NAME=akkoma
DB_USER=akkoma
DB_PASS=akkoma

@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
#!/bin/sh
docker-compose run --rm akkoma $@

@ -0,0 +1,160 @@
# Installing in Docker
## Installation
This guide will show you how to get akkoma working in a docker container,
if you want isolation, or if you run a distribution not supported by the OTP
releases.
### Prepare the system
* Install docker and docker-compose
* [Docker](https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/)
* [Docker-compose](https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/)
* This will usually just be a repository installation and a package manager invocation.
* Clone the akkoma repository
* `git clone https://akkoma.dev/AkkomaGang/akkoma.git -b stable`
* `cd akkoma`
### Set up basic configuration
```bash
cp docker-resources/env.example .env
echo "DOCKER_USER=$(id -u):$(id -g)" >> .env
```
This probably won't need to be changed, it's only there to set basic environment
variables for the docker-compose file.
### Building the container
The container provided is a thin wrapper around akkoma's dependencies,
it does not contain the code itself. This is to allow for easy updates
and debugging if required.
```bash
./docker-resources/build.sh
```
This will generate a container called `akkoma` which we can use
in our compose environment.
### Generating your instance
```bash
mkdir pgdata
# if you want to use caddy
mkdir caddy-data
mkdir caddy-config
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix deps.get
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix compile
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix pleroma.instance gen
```
This will ask you a few questions - the defaults are fine for most things,
the database hostname is `db`, and you will want to set the ip to `0.0.0.0`.
Now we'll want to copy over the config it just created
```bash
cp config/generated_config.exs config/prod.secret.exs
```
### Setting up the database
We need to run a few commands on the database container, this isn't too bad
```bash
docker-compose run --rm --user akkoma -d db
# Note down the name it gives here, it will be something like akkoma_db_run
docker-compose run --rm akkoma psql -h db -U akkoma -f config/setup_db.psql
docker stop akkoma_db_run # Replace with the name you noted down
```
Now we can actually run our migrations
```bash
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix ecto.migrate
# this will recompile your files at the same time, since we changed the config
```
### Start the server
We're going to run it in the foreground on the first run, just to make sure
everything start up.
```bash
docker-compose up
```
If everything went well, you should be able to access your instance at http://localhost:4000
You can `ctrl-c` out of the docker-compose now to shutdown the server.
### Running in the background
```bash
docker-compose up -d
```
### Create your first user
If your instance is up and running, you can create your first user with administrative rights with the following task:
```shell
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix pleroma.user new MY_USERNAME MY_EMAIL@SOMEWHERE --admin
```
And follow the prompts
### Reverse proxies
This is a tad more complex in docker than on the host itself. It
You've got two options.
#### Running caddy in a container
This is by far the easiest option. It'll handle HTTPS and all that for you.
```bash
cp docker-resources/Caddyfile.example docker-resources/Caddyfile
```
Then edit the TLD in your caddyfile to the domain you're serving on.
Uncomment the `caddy` section in the docker-compose file,
then run `docker-compose up -d` again.
#### Running a reverse proxy on the host
If you want, you can also run the reverse proxy on the host. This is a bit more complex, but it's also more flexible.
Follow the guides for source install for your distribution of choice, or adapt
as needed. Your standard setup can be found in the [Debian Guide](../debian_based_en/#nginx)
### You're done!
All that's left is to set up your frontends.
The standard from-source commands will apply to you, just make sure you
prefix them with `./docker-resources/manage.sh`!
{! installation/frontends.include !}
### Updating Docker Installs
```bash
git pull
./docker-resources/build.sh
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix deps.get
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix compile
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix ecto.migrate
docker-compose restart akkoma
```
#### Further reading
{! installation/further_reading.include !}
{! support.include !}

@ -21,5 +21,11 @@ For most installations, the following will suffice:
mix pleroma.frontend install admin-fe --ref stable
```
=== "Docker"
```sh
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix pleroma.frontend install pleroma-fe --ref stable
./docker-resources/manage.sh mix pleroma.frontend install admin-fe --ref stable
```
For more customised installations, refer to [Frontend Management](../../configuration/frontend_management)

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