Asqatasun v4 - Summary

Asqatasun v4 - Build Docker images for Asqatasun


Note: Docker 1.12 (at least) and Maven 3.1 (at least) are required.

Build with our automated script (recommended)

We have created a shell script to ease the tasks of building locally with Docker. Basically, the script:

  1. compiles Asqatasun,
  2. creates a docker image,
  3. runs a container from this image,
  4. displays all info to connect to the container
  5. eventually runs the functional tests

To enjoy it, from the Asqatasun source directory, do:

./docker/ --source-dir $(pwd) --docker-dir docker/SNAPSHOT-local

Example of output:

 Asqatasun is now running ........ HTTP code = 200
 Container .. asqa
 Image ...... asqatasun/asqatasun:2017-09-22
 CMD ........ docker run -p 8085:8080 --name asqa -d asqatasun/asqatasun:2017-09-22
 Shell ...... docker exec -ti asqa /bin/bash
 Log ........ docker logs -f  asqa
 URL ........ http://localhost:8085/asqatasun/

A lot of useful options are also available to speed up the process when you want to build / test / iterate. You may run ./docker/ -h to see them.

Build manually

Let say we want to compile Asqatasun 4.x.y "SNAPSHOT" release and create a Docker image with it. By "locally", we mean we won't download Asqatasun as we will build it.

1. Grab source code

git clone

2. Compile Asqatasun

cd Asqatasun
git checkout develop    # Please always work on develop, see

# before first build
mvn install:install-file -DgroupId=com.saucelabs -DartifactId=sebuilder-interpreter -Dversion=1.0.2 -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=engine/asqatasun-resources/src/main/resources/lib/sebuilder-interpreter-1.0.2.jar

# build
mvn clean install

(Internet connection needed the very first time to download Maven dependencies).

In the meantime, enjoy your coffee break :)

3. Copy Asqatasun tar.gz to the suitable Docker directory

cp web-app/asqatasun-web-app/target/asqatasun-*-SNAPSHOT.i386.tar.gz docker/SNAPSHOT-local

4. Build the Docker Image

cd docker/SNAPSHOT-local
docker build -t asqatasun/asqatasun:SNAPSHOT .

Verify the image is actually built

docker images

You should see something like this:

REPOSITORY                   TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
asqatasun/asqatasun          SNAPSHOT            84a5bf7bb437        2 minutes ago       833.1 MB

5. Remove old containers

In case you had older containers, just wipe them (so backup before if you want to keep your data)

docker stop asqatasun ; docker rm asqatasun

6. Run Docker Image

docker run -p 8080:8080 --name asqatasun asqatasun/asqatasun:SNAPSHOT

Your Asqatasun is ready to use when you see on the console something like:

==> /var/log/tomcat8/catalina.out 
Dec 14, 2015 5:05:59 PM org.apache.coyote.AbstractProtocol start
INFO: Starting ProtocolHandler ["http-bio-8080"]
Dec 14, 2015 5:05:59 PM org.apache.catalina.startup.Catalina start
INFO: Server startup in 27268 ms

You can now browse http://localhost:8080/asqatasun/ and login with the following credentials:

7. Troubleshooting