WD Community proudly presents: Docker.
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.
What is Docker according to wikipedia:
Docker uses OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers. Containers are isolated from one another and bundle their own software, libraries and configuration files; they can communicate with each other through well-defined channels. All containers are run by a single operating system kernel and therefore use fewer resources than virtual machines.
You should configure or delete the Portainer container ASAP after installation. It’s has root access to your device!
- Docker root is on
/shares/Volume_1/Nas_Prog/_docker. It contains your internal volumes, images and container data.
- It’s recommended to define volumes on persistent paths, e.g. somewhere in
- Docker Swarm is not supported out of the box. It’s possible to build the required kernel modules though.
- Platforms with ARM architecture are currently stuck on version 19.03.8
- The OS3 docker data is backed up to
/shares/Volume_1/.systemfile/OS3_Apps_Backup/Nas_Prog/_docker. You may recover this data manually while the docker daemon is disabled.
- Portainer runs on port 9000 by default, which may clash with your Twonky DLNA server. See here.
Thanks for the trust and all the help and support.
Many people contributed to this app and anyone is welcome to join the effort.