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Blueprint Developer Manual / Version 2107

Table Of Contents Reducing the Setup

If you do not want to start the whole stack, you can start only the required components.

  1. List all services

    cd global/deployment/docker
    docker-compose config --services
  2. From the list of services make a space separated list of services you want to start and put them in an environment variable, that is, for example:

    export DC_DB="mongodb mysql"
    export DC_MANAGEMWENT_BACKEND="${DC_DB} solr content-management-server \
           workflow-server content-feeder caefeeder-preview user-changes \
           elastic-worker studio-server"
    export DC_PUBLICATION_BACKEND="master-live-server caefeeder-live"
    export DC_PREVIEW="cae-preview studio-client traefik"
    export DC_LIVE="cae-live" export DC_CONTENT=management-tools
  3. Now you can use this to start what you most often need:

    docker-compose up -d ${DC_DB} ${DC_MANAGEMENT_BACKEND} ${DC_CONTENT} overview

    overview is not a docker command, but the overview service with all the links.

A different approach is to freeze the setup and then cut out everything you need.

docker-compose config > docker-compose.yml

You can then remove everything you don’t want. docker-compose.yml is ignored by Git with the default .gitignore file. You only have to make sure, that in your .env file


is set, otherwise the file won’t be loaded.

Of course. there are a lot of toggles for your convenience:

  • JAVA_DEBUG - default ports XXX06 for JDWP

  • FORCE_REIMPORT_CONTENT - once imported, the content won’t reimport unless forced

  • SKIP_CONTENT - same as not running the management-tools container

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