openHAB-cloud Docker (docker-compose) Setup

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(Mehmet Arziman) #1

Hi all,

we have added docker-compose functionality to the openHAB-cloud.
You can find instructions in the updated README.

At the moment there is SSL missing, but we are on it to add Lets Encrypt support to it among other improvements.
It will be added soon and is listed as Limitations:

  • Lets Encrypt SSL is missing in the images and will be added soonThe nginx configuration at
  • /etc/nginx_openhabcloud.conf will be reused

Looking foward for your feedback.
Thanks & BR
Mehmet


Openhabcloud docker container
(Mehmet Arziman) #2

For Quick setup install docker, just clone the openhab-cloud repo, adjust the configs according your URL and the README and hit

docker-compose up -d

in the root of the openhab-cloud.

BR Mehmet


(Marco Nuñez) #3

this look great… testing right now…! Thanks


(Børre Tharaldsen) #4

I get problems with nginx.

I have problems to understand what you should do in which config files
Can you help me?


(Mehmet Arziman) #5

Of Course! Therefor we are here…

What is the problem? Did you follow the steps in the readme?
Can you provide more infos, like OS, detailled logs etc


(Børre Tharaldsen) #6

I try follow the docker setup for MyOpenHab. I was confused chapter Configuration in the Docker installation. I am new to Docker, so I was wondering if I had to change the host for mogodb and rdis. How do I find the actual host?
And what happen with t nginx startup? I get errors. I don’t know nginx either and I have problems to understand what modification I have to do with the setup file for this. Can you please expalin more detailed?
I have installed docker on windows 10


(Børre Tharaldsen) #7

I “solve” this. There was a port conflict. I am already using port 80. So I map port 80 to port 85. Would that be any problem?


(Børre Tharaldsen) #8

I also get this “bcrypt” error. How can i fix that in the Docker image?
I suppose I have to start the images without the command, but that’s not easy. Any tips?


(Mehmet Arziman) #9

this was fixed already


(Scantineau) #10

Is it possible to use an existing certificate on host ?

I’m using the docker image on my Synology NAS and I’m already using a Let’s Encrypt certificate on my NAS.