Installation of production server is even easier than local deployment istallation.
Command for production server you need linux os with docker installed. Some cloud providers already have images with such config.
Spin up the container:
$ docker run -d --restart always -v /etc/mcloud:/etc/mcloud -v /root:/root -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -p 7080:7080 --name mcloud mcloud/mcloud
Haprxoy is also needed:
$ docker exec -it mcloud mcloud-plugins install mcloud-plugin-haproxy
Major diference from local installation is that we mount /root directory instead of home, /etc/mcloud directoy and we also expose 7080 port.
/root directory stores all application files, so it’s always good idea to have direct access to this. /etc/mcloud is place where we can create mcloud-server.yml config.
As an authentication method, mcloud use SSL. For both client and server you will need to create and sign certificates.
Easies way to do this is to use XCA tool: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xca/
ssl: enabled: true
On your remote machine.
And put three files into /etc/mcloud:
Put correct privileges to files:
sudo chmod go-rwx -R /etc/mcloud
Restart mcloud server:
docker restart mcloud
Put certificates files into ~/.mcloud/:
Instead of “my_server” put your hostname you use to connect to mcloud.
Now mcloud command will autodetect and use your certificates.
$ mcloud --host myserver_hostname_or_ip list
Command should show empty application list.