Docker

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Useful Commands

docker ps -a
List all containers
docker container inspect <container>
Show details of <container>
docker logs <container>
Show logs for <container>
docker exec -it <container> /bin/bash
Start an interactive shell in <container>

Updating container

Manually

 sudo docker pull <image>
 sudo docker stop <container>
 sudo docker rm <container>
 <docker run command>

Automatically

 sudo docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock taisun/updater --oneshot <container>

Containers

Plex

First, setup NVIDIA:

Next, get your claim token: https://www.plex.tv/claim/

Finally, create the container with the claim token substituted:

 sudo docker run -d --name plex --network=host -e PLEX_UID=111 -e PLEX_GID=127 -e TZ=Europe/London -e PLEX_CLAIM=<CLAIM_TOKEN> \
   -v /var/lib/plexmediaserver:/config -v /srv:/srv \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   plexinc/pms-docker:plexpass

Tautulli (Plex Monitoring/Notifications)

 sudo docker run -d --name tautulli -e PUID=127 -e PGID=138 -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -p 8181:8181 \
   -v /var/lib/torrent/tautulli/config:/config -v /var/lib/plexmediaserver/Library/Logs:/logs \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/tautulli

Jackett (Torrent Gateway)

 sudo docker run -d --name=jackett -e PUID=127 -e PGID=138 -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -p 9117:9117 \
   -v /var/lib/torrent/jackett/config:/config -v /var/lib/torrent/jackett/downloads:/downloads \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/jackett

Deluge

 sudo docker run -d --name deluge -e PUID=127 -e PGID=138 -e TZ=Europe/London \
   --net=host \
   -v /var/lib/torrent/deluged/config:/config -v /srv/incoming/torrents/deluge:/srv/incoming/torrents/deluge \
   -v /etc/ssl/bretts.org:/etc/ssl/bretts.org \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/deluge

Since user groups don't seem to apply across the docker boundary, "torrent" will need to be given explicit permission to the private key file via an ACL:

 setfacl -m "u:torrent:rw" /etc/ssl/bretts.org/key.pem

Radarr (Movie Downloads)

 sudo docker run -d --name radarr -e PUID=127 -e PGID=138 -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -p 7878:7878 \
   -v /var/lib/torrent/radarr/config:/config -v /srv/videos/programs/movies:/movies -v /srv/incoming/torrents/deluge:/downloads \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/radarr

Radarr Lowres (Low Resolution (<=1080p) Movie Downloads)

 sudo docker run -d --name radarr-lowres -e PUID=127 -e PGID=138 -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -p 7879:7878 \
   -v /var/lib/torrent/radarr-lowres/config:/config -v /srv/videos/lowres/movies:/movies -v /srv/incoming/torrents/deluge:/downloads \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/radarr

Sonarr (TV Downloads)

 sudo docker run -d --name=sonarr -e PUID=127 -e PGID=138 -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -p 8989:8989 \
   -v /var/lib/torrent/sonarr/config:/config -v /srv/videos/programs/tv:/tv -v /srv/incoming/torrents/deluge:/downloads \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/sonarr

Unifi

 sudo docker run -d --name=unifi-controller -e PUID=140 -e PGID=150 \
   -p 3478:3478/udp -p 10001:10001/udp -p 18080:18080 -p 18081:18081 -p 18443:18443 -p 18880:18880 -p 6789:6789 \
   -v /var/lib/unifi:/config \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   linuxserver/unifi-controller

Home-Assistant (as part of host network)

 sudo docker run -d --name=home-assistant -e TZ=Europe/London \
   --net=host \
   -v /var/lib/home-assistant/config:/config -v /srv:/media -v /etc/ssl/bretts.org:/etc/ssl/bretts.org -v /var/www/html/arlo-snapshots:/arlo-snapshots \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   homeassistant/home-assistant

Atlassian

JIRA

Note: In this instance JIRA is configured (with `-v`) using a named volume, rather than a bind mount

 sudo docker volume create --name jira
 sudo docker run -d --name=jira -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -e ATL_TOMCAT_SCHEME=https -e ATL_TOMCAT_SECURE=true -e ATL_PROXY_NAME=jira.bretts.org -e ATL_PROXY_PORT=443 \
   -p 7980:8080 \
   -v jira:/var/atlassian/application-data/jira \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   atlassian/jira-software

Docker JIRA runs with a uid and gid of 2001. To ensure they show up as a named user in the hosting system you can run:

 sudo addgroup --gid 2001 jira-docker
 sudo adduser --system --no-create-home --uid 2001 --gid 2001 jira-docker

Bitbucket

Note: In this instance Bitbucket is configured (with `-v`) using a named volume, rather than a bind mount

 sudo docker volume create --name bitbucket
 sudo docker run -d --name=bitbucket -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -e SERVER_SCHEME=https -e SERVER_SECURE=true -e SERVER_PROXY_NAME=bitbucket.bretts.org -e SERVER_PROXY_PORT=443 \
   -p 7990:7990 -p 7999:7999 \
   -v bitbucket:/var/atlassian/application-data/bitbucket \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   atlassian/bitbucket-server

Docker Bitbucket runs with a uid and gid of 2003. To ensure they show up as a named user in the hosting system you can run:

 sudo addgroup --gid 2003 bitbucket-docker
 sudo adduser --system --no-create-home --uid 2003 --gid 2003 bitbucket-docker

Bamboo

Note: In this instance Bamboo is configured (with `-v`) using a named volume, rather than a bind mount

 sudo docker volume create --name bamboo
 sudo docker run -d --name=bamboo -e TZ=Europe/London \
   -p 54663:54663 -p 7970:8085 \
   -v bamboo:/var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo \
   --restart unless-stopped \
   atlassian/bamboo-server
Limitations
  • Bamboo runs with a uid of 1000, which means it's likely to clash with a real user in the containing host
  • Bamboo container doesn't support any reverse proxy configuration, which means hiding it behind nginx is likely to result in broken Application Links. This can be worked around by manually editing /opt/atlassian/bamboo/conf/server.xml, but those changes will be overwritten on every container upgrade.

Tips / Fixes

Tautulli slow to start

This may be due to an attempt to chown a large number of files. Login to the container:

 sudo docker exec -it <container> /bin/bash

Disable the chown step by editing /etc/cont-init.d/30-config and commenting out the chown command.

Adding an SSL cert for Unifi

 sudo openssl pkcs12 -export -inkey /etc/ssl/bretts.org/key.pem -in /etc/ssl/bretts.org/fullchain.pem -out /tmp/cert.p12 -name unifi -password pass:temppass
 sudo keytool -importkeystore -deststorepass aircontrolenterprise -destkeypass aircontrolenterprise -destkeystore /var/lib/unifi/data/keystore -srckeystore /tmp/cert.p12 -srcstoretype PKCS12 -srcstorepass temppass -alias unifi -noprompt
 sudo docker restart unifi-controller
 sudo rm /tmp/cert.p12

Local DNS resolution fails on docker 18.09

This may be the result of a bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/docker.io/+bug/1820278. Normally the container's /etc/resolv.conf should mirror that of the host, but in this case it seems to just be a default version. As a workaround, create /etc/docker/daemon.json with the following contents:

 {
   "dns": ["192.168.1.1", "8.8.8.8"],
   "dns-search": ["bretts.org"]
 }