February 13, 2018
The other day I wrote about a ready to use SQL server image that was added to the sitecoreops/sitecore-images repository, now it's Solr's turn to get some love!
It works just like the SQL Server image as it will add all Sitecore cores built using SIF to the volume mount
C:\data when starting up (if no cores exists already).
You can start a complete Sitecore 9.0.1 XM1 instance with just:
version: '2.1' services: sql: image: your-org-or-username/sitecore:9.0.171219-sql volumes: - .\data\sql:C:\Data mem_limit: 3500MB # Recommended minimum (default is 2GB) solr: image: your-org-or-username/sitecore:9.0.171219-solr volumes: - .\data\solr:C:\Data cm: image: your-org-or-username/sitecore:9.0.171219-xm1-cm links: - sql - solr
NOTE: First time only: Make a request to
/sitecore/admin/PopulateManagedSchema.aspx?indexes=all (same as: Control Panel -> Indexing -> Populate Solr Managed Schema). This step is normally done by SIF when installing the
sitecore-XM1-cm.json config, when running in non Docker environments.
Original article was posted on Invoke Command: The circle is complete