With a Docker image
The hfactory-server-in-docker-machine github project packages all the utilities necessary for a simple installation of HFactory Server via Docker. The image contains both an HBase standalone Docker and a HFactory Server inside a hfactoryserver Docker machine.
Restarting the containers allows you to start again with an empty HBase server.
To use the container, you need to have VirtualBox and Docker-machine installed.
In order to install VirtualBox, go to : https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads.
In order to install docker-machine, go to : http://docs.docker.com/machine/#installation.
- Download the last version
- Put the command in the path
Using the HFactory server in docker machine
For ease of use you can put the bin folder in your path.
hfactory-env.sh init and edit the /etc/hosts file as required.
Using the containers
To start the containers, simply use
The hbase container is launched in host-only mode and you can connect to it directly using hfactoryserver for the hbase.zookeeper.quorum property.
The hfactoryserver container is launched to listen on port 80 and you can connect to it directly using http://hfactoryserver.
To stop the docker containers, use
To read the logs
hfactory-env.sh serverlog or
To kill the containers if stopping them does not work,
To restart the container,
hfactory-env.sh restart provides stop/start functionality.
For getting the status,
hfactory-env.sh status gives you the Docker processes running on the hfactoryserver instance.
docker-machine related commands
To launch the hfactoryserver Docker machine,
To connect to it,
To stop it,
hfactory-env.sh putApp applicationFolder to add an application to the server.
hfactory-env.sh removeApp applicationName to remove an application from the server.
To make the HBase container data persistent, use