marina manages docker instances
Marina is a tool for building docker images with a focus on separating compile-time dependencies from run-time dependencies in order to keep the shipped images small and secure.
pip install marina
marina -vvv build examples/shootout
name: dummy compile: base_image: ubuntu:14.04 commands: - dd if=/dev/urandom of=/srv/dummy bs=50kB count=1 files: - /srv/dummy run: base_image: ubuntu:14.04
pip install marina[testing] py.test
Support Python 3.
[build] Stop using an API that was removed in docker 1.12.
[build] Allow the BUILD_CONTEXT (cwd in scripts) to be writeable. Previously it was mounted readonly.
[build] Search for the ssh identity file in known paths.
[build] Add a workaround for a bug in docker-py causing the runner image to fail to build. See https://github.com/docker/docker-py/issues/1134
[build] Flush stdout to keep container messages from pausing.
[build] Delete any volumes associated with a container.
[build] Fix usage of ExposedPorts from runner base image.
[build] Exit with an error code upon failure instead of 0.
Turn off docker hostname verification to enable connections with docker-machine instances over SSL until https://github.com/docker/docker-py/issues/731 is resolved.
[build] Avoid detaching from the archive container before the tarfile has been fully written to disk.
[build] Add --skip-cleanup option for keeping images/containers/files around after the build.
Support docker 1.3.x and its TLS requirements.
Support --quiet for suppressing output.
[build] Add --env option for specifying credentials and other configurable build-time settings.
[build] Ensure the busybox image is around.
First cut at “marina build” to generate a working docker container.
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