- You must have purchased the DRP application from BlueCat.
- You must have a Quay account.
- You must have a Docker CLI password. You can create one by clicking Generate Encrypted Password under Docker CLI Password on the Account Settings page in Quay.
From the server that is running DRP, run the following commands from the
docker login quay.io Username: <quay_username> Password: <quay_password>
Review the ports used on the host machine that is installing the Gateway
instance using the following command:
sudo docker ps -aIn the following example output, ports 80 and 443 are used:
STATUS PORTS NAMES Up 34 minutes 0.0.0.0:80->8000/tcp, 0.0.0.0:443->44300/tcp gateway_20_3_1
Run the custom Gateway image using the following command:
docker run -d \ -p 80:8000 \ -p 443:44300 \ -v <path_to_mapped_log_directory>:/logs/ \ -v <configs_volume>:/portal/bluecat_portal/workflows/drp_workflow/configs \ -e BAM_IP=<your_bam_ip_address> \ -e DRP_PASSCODE=<your_passcode> \ --name <your_container_name> quay.io/bluecat/drp:<tag_name>
Where <http_port> and <https_port> represent different ports than those used by the Gateway instance. For example, you can set port 81 as the <http_port> and port 444 as the <https_port> values.