This WD app installs the latest supported version of Docker-ce from the official sources in your MyCloud NAS. Batteries included: the great Portainer-ce is installed to manage your docker resources in your browser. Docker Compose makes it easy to get a whole stack running in minutes.
One of the security improvements of OS5 is the limited access to the internal management MySQL database. Some people were upset as they used this database for other applications in their network.
For those in need of an MySQL server, you can always run a second instance on another port.
Either by simply using the builtin daemon binary with your own config, or you can get a more recent version via Docker or Entware.
All you need to do is adjust the listen address and port.
Based on Docker and Docker
Create docker-compose.yml somewhere on a persistent location.
# Use root/example as user/password credentials
docker-compose up -d
You now have a fresh MySQL database running on <nas-ip-address>:3307 and you can configure it with the web interface at port http://<nas-ip-address>:8080.
Just remember that other applications have to use port 3307 instead of the standard 3306.
Run a private git server for your office.
The challenge here is that this docker compose setup also ships with an SSH server, which clashes with the one on the NAS.
You could change the compose file to run its SSH server at port 2222 with this change.
And always include the ssh protocol to clone repos (source) for a custom port like 2222
Hi, the download on bintray doesnt work anymore. i only get a forbidden text after trying to download the file. Would be great if you could host these files somewhere else Just updated to OS5 and now I dont have Docker anymore … thank you
during the startup of docker the deamon tells me that there is a problem
ERRO[2022-01-24T21:41:11.916601462+01:00] failed to mount overlay: no such device storage-driver=overlay2
ERRO[2022-01-24T21:41:11.920593218+01:00] AUFS was not found in /proc/filesystems storage-driver=aufs
ERRO[2022-01-24T21:41:11.926332547+01:00] failed to mount overlay: no such device storage-driver=overlay
ERRO[2022-01-24T21:41:11.926446508+01:00] Failed to built-in GetDriver graph devicemapper /mnt/HD/HD_a2/Nas_Prog/_docker
WARN[2022-01-24T21:41:12.073654997+01:00] Your kernel does not support cgroup memory limit
WARN[2022-01-24T21:41:12.073742183+01:00] Unable to find cpu cgroup in mounts
WARN[2022-01-24T21:41:12.073792236+01:00] Unable to find blkio cgroup in mounts
WARN[2022-01-24T21:41:12.073837501+01:00] Unable to find cpuset cgroup in mounts
WARN[2022-01-24T21:41:12.073876982+01:00] mountpoint for pids not found
Could someone make a YouTube video on using docker on portainer? I’m already using my WD Cloud PR 4100 for storage with my Windows system and I already have a file structure that I’m using. In watching YouTube videos about portainer and docker, they don’t give advice about how a docker filing system might conflict with a Windows filing system like they one that I’m using. I hope to see some YouTube videos about docker and portainer on WD MyCloud storage.
You might have a wrong understanding about Docker. There are plenty of videos about Docker and also Portainer. Keep in mind that Portainer itself is just a management tool for Docker. A Docker filing system has nothing to do with Windows, in fact there is no such thing. Docker uses whatever you give it. If you let it use storage from your NAS, then this is the file system in place.
Precions added : I’m running PR4100 with 16Go RAM.
The portainer page is set on the port :9000 (don’t know if it has some important…)
I install the new image of docker --version 21 shown in the cloudsmith. But :
Docker version 20.10.5, build 55c4c88
That’s not my issue. I’m learning coding slowly, but I have still some issue, and with this .bin file, when I install it, portainer doesn’t ask me to add a password, but directly log on to the Authentication page (I guess I tried a long time ago to install it on my NAS and did some s** obviously !
I then check to reset password with :
docker pull portainer/helper-reset-password
docker run --rm -v portainer_data:/data portainer/helper-reset-password
but the directory’s not good. I did then a :
find / -name helper-reset-password
and find a file in a folder in a folder in a folder… in the /mnt/HD/HD_a2/Nas_Prog/_docker/vfs/dir…and so on.
Is that the good file ? If yes, How could I reset then ?
How could I proceed to a clean remove / install of a new docker ? With that last image you shown there ?