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Subject [jira] [Commented] (SINGA-89) SINGA-89 Add Docker support
Date Wed, 21 Oct 2015 05:38:28 GMT


ASF subversion and git services commented on SINGA-89:

Commit 7c50e03132f3c92bbf0b5dde8fa84dcfd4209504 in incubator-singa's branch refs/heads/master
from [~flytosky]
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SINGA-89 Add Docker support

Merge branch 'feature-docker'

> SINGA-89 Add Docker support
> ---------------------------
>                 Key: SINGA-89
>                 URL:
>             Project: Singa
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Anh Dinh
>            Assignee: Anh Dinh
> Docker is a Linux container which is fast to deploy and incurs small  overhead. A Docker
container functions like a light-weight virtual machine and runs in its own isolated environment.
There are at least two benefits in building adding Docker support for SINGA:
> # Out of the box deployment of SINGA: the image, once built, contains the complete environment
necessary to start SINGA.
> # Light-weight development and testing environment for distributed features. The image
can be used to set up a test-bed consisting of many  independent nodes (each node has its
own IP address), without the need for cluster hardware.
> We add to Github a {{Dockerfile}} specifying how to build SINGA image, from which the
user can construct the image by executing:
> {code}
> sudo docker build -t singa/base .
> {code}
> The user can choose another name beside {{singa/base}} . The build process can take a
long time, but it needs to be done only at one host and the result image can then be copied
to other hosts. 
> We also add another {{Dockerfile}} which adds Mesos and Hadoop ontop of SINGA. This is
closely related to [SINGA-11|]. The image created
from this Dockerfile is used to set up the distributed test bed. 
> See the {{}} for more details of the images and how to use them. 
> h5. Important
> We assume that every host has Docker running. 

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