Run in Docker
Rind (Run in Docker) is a simple command line tool for executing things inside docker containers.
Whilst Rind is a Python package and can be installed with pip, the preferred method of installed is to download the latest binary release and place it somewhere on the system PATH
To rind enable a container a app.rind label needs to be added. Do do this in a docker-compose.yml you would do the following:
services: a_service: image: an_image labels: - app.rind
Rind also has the ability to run pre-steps when executing inside the container. For example activating a Python virtualenv.
To enable a pre-step you need to add it as a value to your label.
services: a_service: image: an_image labels: app.rind: "source /venv/bin/activate"
This assumes you virtualenv is at /venv within your docker container. It will be combined with the actual command passed in. e.g.: rind /bin/sh would be run in your container as source /venv/bin/activate && /bin/sh
Effectively anything passed as a command line argument is executed directly within the rind enabled container. e.g.
rind ./manage.py migration
Would run the manage.py script in the containers working directory, passing it the migrate argument
If no parameters are passed to rind then the default /bin/sh is used which will give you and interactive terminal.
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