3. Modified the product profile argument (-l) to build all the profiles in
a specific deployment pattern if the profile is not specified.
ex. <DOCKER_ESB_4.9.0>/dockerfiles/build.sh *-p 2* (This will build the
manager and worker profiles)
*Lasantha Samarakoon* | Software Engineer
#20, Palm Grove, Colombo 03, Sri Lanka
Mobile: +94 (71) 214 1576
lean . enterprise . middleware
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 2:14 PM, Lasantha Samarakoon <lasant...@wso2.com>
> Hi all,
> Since we have already restructured the docker repositories, now we are
> working on testing and improving the respective repositories (ex.
> docker-esb, docker-common). With regard to those improvements we have done
> the following modifications.
> 1. Removed the product version argument from the docker shell scripts
> (<docker-product>/dockerfiles/<script>.sh) and added it as a hardcoded
> value. Since now the product version is maintained as a separate branch in
> the docker-<product> repository, hardcoding the version against requesting
> it from the user is more convinient.
> 2. Added new argument (-p) to take the deployment pattern number.
> ex. <DOCKER_ESB_4.9.0>/dockerfiles/build.sh -l "manager" -p 2
> 3. Modified the product profile argument (-l) to build all the profiles in
> a specific deployment pattern if the profile is not specified.
> ex. <DOCKER_ESB_4.9.0>/dockerfiles/build.sh -p2 (This will build the
> manager and worker profiles)
> In addition to the above improvements, when building docker using puppet
> provisioning, hieradata is not getting used. Currently we are working on
> fixing that issue.
> *Lasantha Samarakoon* | Software Engineer
> WSO2, Inc.
> #20, Palm Grove, Colombo 03, Sri Lanka
> Mobile: +94 (71) 214 1576
> Email: lasant...@wso2.com
> Web: www.wso2.com
> lean . enterprise . middleware
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