Deploy cli Container Manually


How to Deploy cli as a Docker container manually?



You can follow this tutorial to Deploy cli as a Docker container manually.

1. Verify the configuration of the cli container defined in the docker-compose.yml file:

$ cd ~/hyperledger-binaries/fabric-samples/basic-network

$ more docker-compose.yml

    container_name: couchdb
    image: hyperledger/fabric-couchdb
    # Populate the COUCHDB_USER and COUCHDB_PASSWORD to set an admin user and password
    # for CouchDB.  This will prevent CouchDB from operating in an "Admin Party" mode.
      - 5984:5984
      - basic


As you can see, the cli container will be using the "latest" version of "hyperledger/fabric-cli" docker image.

2. Bring down all containers defined docker-compose.yml file:

$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml down

3. Bring up the cli container defined in docker-compose.yml file. If container is not there, create it from the image. If the image is not there, download it from the Internet.

$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up -d cli

Creating network "net_basic" with the default driver
Creating cli ... done

4. Verify the container and the image:

$ docker container list
IMAGE                        STATUS              NAMES
hyperledger/fabric-tools     Up About a minute   cli

$ docker images | grep fabric-tools
IMAGE                        TAG                 SIZE
hyperledger/fabric-tools     latest              1.55GB

As you can see, the cli container has been manually deployed and started with the latest version of "hyperledger/fabric-tools" image. If the image is not available on the Docker, it will be automatically downloaded from the Docker image repository on the Internet.


Manage basic-network with cli Container

Deploy couchdb Container Manually

basic-network Sample Network

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