Using Docker

SearchBlox can run inside a Docker container.

Steps to run SearchBlox within Docker container

FROM centos:latest
RUN yum update -y
RUN yum install java-11-openjdk-devel -y
RUN yum install -y curl
RUN yum install -y wget
RUN adduser searchblox
RUN echo "searchblox:searchblox" | chpasswd
RUN wget
RUN rpm -ivh --nodigest searchblox-9.2.2-0.noarch.rpm
RUN chown -R searchblox:searchblox /opt/searchblox
RUN chmod -R 777 /opt/searchblox/logs
RUN chmod -R 777 /opt/searchblox/elasticsearch
RUN chmod -R 777 /opt/searchblox/bin
USER searchblox
WORKDIR /opt/searchblox/elasticsearch
CMD ./bin/elasticsearch -d && sleep 30 && cd /opt/searchblox && java -jar start.jar
  1. Build docker image using the following command:

docker build –t : .

  1. Run the docker image with the following command:

docker run –p 8083:8080 <image-name>:<tag-name>

Here –p is used to expose the port outside;
Example- In the above command 8080 is the internal port number and 8083 is the externally accessible port number.
Note: To run multiple instances we can change the external port number and run the docker image; Example: docker run –p 8084:8080 <image-name>:<tag-name>
This will start a different instance on port number 8084

  1. Open the SearchBlox Admin console with the following link once SearchBlox starts

What’s Next

You can go through the related sections below