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From takuti <>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-hivemall pull request #81: [HIVEMALL-84-3] Update docker-compose.y...
Date Tue, 23 May 2017 01:57:07 GMT
Github user takuti commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: docs/gitbook/docker/ ---
    @@ -31,38 +31,73 @@ This page introduces how to run Hivemall on Docker.
     # 1. Build image
    -## Build using docker-compose
    +You have two options in order to build a **hivemall** docker image:
    +## Using `docker-compose`
    -  `docker-compose -f resources/docker/docker-compose.yml build`
    +$ docker-compose -f resources/docker/docker-compose.yml build
    -## Build using docker command
    +## Using `docker` command
    -  `docker build -f resources/docker/Dockerfile .`
    +$ docker build -f resources/docker/Dockerfile .
     > #### Note
    -> You can [skip](./getting_started.html#running-pre-built-docker-image-in-dockerhub)
building images by using existing Docker images.
    +> You can [skip](./getting_started.html#running-pre-built-docker-image-in-dockerhub)
building images by using a pre-build docker image from Docker Hub.
     # 2. Run container
    -## Run by docker-compose
    +If you built an image by yourself, it can be launched by either `docker-compose` or `docker`
    +## By `docker-compose`
    +$ docker-compose -f resources/docker/docker-compose.yml up -d && docker attach
    +You can edit `resources/docker/docker-compose.yml` as needed.
    +For example, setting `volumes` options enables to mount your local directories to the
container as follows:
    -  1. Edit `resources/docker/docker-compose.yml`
    -  2. `docker-compose -f resources/docker/docker-compose.yml up -d && docker attach
    +  - "../../:/opt/hivemall/" # mount current hivemall dir to `/opt/hivemall` ($HIVEMALL_PATH)
on the container
    +  - "/path/to/data/:/root/data/" # mount resources to container-side  `/root/data` directory
    -## Run by docker command
    +## By `docker` command
    -  1. Find a local docker image by `docker images`.
    -  2. Run `docker run -it ${docker_image_id}`. 
    -     Refer [Docker reference]( for the
command detail.
    +Find a local docker image by `docker images`, and hit:
    -## Running pre-built Docker image in Dockerhub
    +$ docker run -p 8088:8088 -p 50070:50070 -p 19888:19888 -it ${docker_image_id}
    -  1. Check [the latest tag]( first.
    -  2. Pull pre-build docker image from Dockerhub `docker pull hivemall/latest:20170517`
    -  3. `docker run -p 8088:8088 -p 50070:50070 -p 19888:19888 -it hivemall/latest:20170517`
    +Refer [Docker reference]( for the command
    +Similarly to the `volumes` option in the `docker-compose` file, `docker run` has `--volumes`
    +$ docker run ... --volume /path/to/local/hivemall:/opt/hivemall
    +## Running pre-built Docker image in Docker Hub
     You can find pre-built Hivemall docker images in [this repository](
    +1. Check [the latest tag]( first
    --- End diff --
    Even only for release, it sounds nice. Let's try it in the next (first) apache release
if possible :)
    For now, I've updated the description of the Docker Hub image. I keep the part, but mentioned
that the distributed image might be out-of-data. Is it okay for you @myui @amaya382 ?
    In terms of naming, it should be re-considered when we officially distribute an image
according to ASF release.

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