Docker

Production docker

@tobybatch is managing the Kimai Docker images, both for development and a docker-compose setup suitable for running in a production environment.

Any issues with the container rather than the application itself should be raised here.

Build the docker

docker build -t my-local-kimai .

Run the docker

docker run -ti -p 8001:8001 --name kimai2 --rm my-local-kimai

You can then access the site on http://127.0.0.1:8001. If that doesn’t work check the IP of your docker:

docker inspect -f '{{range .NetworkSettings.Networks}}{{.IPAddress}}{{end}}' kimai2

Mac using docker-machine

When using docker-machine on your Mac, you need to use the IP of your machine. Considering you started the machine named default, you find the IP with:

docker-machine ip default

Running commands in the docker

You can run any command in the container in this fashion once it is started. Add -ti to attach a terminal.

docker exec -ti kimai2 bash

Create a user and dummy data

This creates a user admin/password with all privileges.

docker exec kimai2 /opt/kimai/bin/console kimai:user:create admin admin@example.com ROLE_SUPER_ADMIN password

To install the test data (fixtures):

docker exec kimai2 /opt/kimai/bin/console kimai:reset:dev

Using a custom local.yaml

You can mount a custom configuration into the container while starting it:

docker run --rm -ti -p 8001:8001 --name kimai2 -v $(pwd)/config/packages/local.yaml:/opt/kimai/config/packages/local.yaml kimai/kimai2:dev

The official docker documentation has more options on running the container.