Docker images

There are docker files available to quickly get a version of wger up and running. They are all located under extras/docker if you want to build them yourself.

Note that you need to build from the project’s source folder, e.g:

docker build -f extras/docker/development/Dockerfile -t wger/server .
docker build -f extras/docker/demo/Dockerfile --tag wger/demo .

Demo

Self contained demo image

Get the image:

docker pull wger/demo

Run a container and start the application:

docker run -ti --name wger.demo --publish 8000:80 wger/demo

Then just open http://localhost:8000 and log in as: admin, password adminadmin

Development

This image installs the application using virtualenv, uses an SQLite database and serves it with Django’s development server.

Get the image:

docker pull wger/server

Run a container and start the application:

docker run -ti --name wger.dev --publish 8000:8000 wger/server
(in docker) source ~/venv/bin/activate
(in docker) python manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000

Then just open http://localhost:8000 and log in as: admin, password adminadmin

As an alternative, you might want to map a local folder to the container. This is interesting if e.g. you want to keep the wger source code on your host machine and use docker only to serve it. Then do this:

docker run -ti \
    --name wger.test1 \
    --publish 8005:8000 \
    --volume /path/to/local/wger/:/home/wger/src \
     wger/server

It will mount the local path on top of the folder in the container. For this to work you obviously need to manually checkout the code to /path/to/local/wger/ and create a settings file as well.

Production

The production docker compose setup can be found here: https://github.com/wger-project/docker