# Container (bootstrapped)

This guide is for bootstrapped container based provisioning for Chevereto using system images published at Docker Hub (opens new window).

This provisioning uses containers to provide only the servicing layer, the application is provided on first container run and re-used from there. As Chevereto ahead releases are distributed under a proprietary license, we can't mass distribute the application code to public so we provide the system servicing required for it.

Private builds

Follow the Container registry guide to learn how to level-up your container provisioning by easily creating your own private Chevereto application containers.

# Requirements

# Step-by-step guide

  1. Provide a Docker network and a MySQL container following this guide
  2. Select the image tag (opens new window) you want to use, for example chevereto/chevereto:latest-httpd-php
  3. Run the Chevereto container as:


Check Environment for all the -e options you can pass in command below.

docker run -d \
    -p 8000:80 \
    -e "CHEVERETO_SOFTWARE=chevereto" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_LICENSE=put_license_here" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_DB_HOST=chv-mariadb" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_DB_USER=chevereto" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_DB_PASS=user_database_password" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_DB_NAME=chevereto" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_ASSET_STORAGE_NAME=chv-assets" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_ASSET_STORAGE_URL=http://localhost:8000/public_assets" \
    -e "CHEVERETO_ASSET_STORAGE_BUCKET=/var/www/html/public_assets/" \
    --name chv-container \
    --network chv-network \
    --network-alias chv-container \
    --mount src="/local/assets",target=/var/www/html/public_assets,type=bind \
    --mount src="/local/images",target=/var/www/html/images,type=bind \
Last Updated: 6/20/2021, 12:13:44 PM