Deploying Yacy with Docker on Different Cloud Platforms
To make deploying of yacy easier we are now supporting Docker based installation.
Following the steps below one could successfully run Yacy on docker.
- You can pull the image of Yacy from https://hub.docker.com/r/nikhilrayaprolu/yacygridmcp/ or buid it on your own with the docker file present at https://github.com/yacy/yacy_grid_mcp/blob/master/docker/Dockerfile
One could pull the docker image using command:
docker pull nikhilrayaprolu/yacygridmcp
2) Once you have an image of yacygridmcp you can run it by typing
docker run <image_name>
You can access the yacygridmcp endpoint at localhost:8100
Installation of Yacy on cloud servers:
- Right now installation yacy on cloud servers is documented at https://github.com/nikhilrayaprolu/yacy_grid_mcp/tree/documentation/docs/installation
- We have documentation provided for hosting yacy on Google Cloud, AWS, Bluemix and digital Ocean and Heroku.
Installing Yacy and all microservices with just one command:
- One can also download,build and run Yacy and all its microservices (presently supported are yacy_grid_crawler, yacy_grid_loader, yacy_grid_ui, yacy_grid_parser, and yacy_grid_mcp )
- To build all these microservices in one command, run this bash script productiondeployment.sh
- `bash productiondeployment.sh build` will install all required dependencies and build microservices by cloning them from github repositories.
- `bash productiondeployment.sh run` will run all services and starts them.
- Right now all repositories are cloned into ~/yacy and you can make customisations and your own changes to this code and build your own customised yacy.
The related PRs of this work are https://github.com/yacy/yacy_grid_mcp/pull/21 and https://github.com/yacy/yacy_grid_mcp/pull/20 and https://github.com/yacy/yacy_grid_mcp/pull/13
- Docker documentation: https://docs.docker.com/
- Deployment to Google Cloud: https://engineering.hexacta.com/automatic-deployment-of-multiple-docker-containers-to-google-container-engine-using-travis-e5d9e191d5ad
- Writing bash script http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Bash-Prog-Intro-HOWTO.html