Docker Compose is a tool on top of the Docker engine that enables you to define Docker parameters in a structured way via
docker-compose.yaml file. You can create and start the container with a single
docker-compose command based on your configuration.
docker-compose.yml file among the other files created above:
. ├── config.json ├── peering.json ├── profiles.json ├── docker-compose.yml <NEWLY ADDED FILE> ├── mainnetdb └── snapshots └── mainnet
version: '3' services: hornet: container_name: hornet image: gohornet/hornet:latest network_mode: host restart: always cap_drop: - ALL volumes: - ./config.json:/app/config.json:ro - ./peering.json:/app/peering.json - ./profiles.json:/app/profiles.json - ./snapshots/mainnet:/app/snapshots/mainnet - ./mainnetdb:/app/mainnetdb
Run the following command in the current directory to create and start an new Hornet container in detached mode (as daemon).
docker-compose up -d
See more details on how to configure Hornet under the post installation chapter.
Note: Follow this step only if you want to run Hornet via Docker Compose.
If you are using an architecture other than amd64/x86_64 edit the
docker-compose.yml file and set the correct architecture where noted.
The following command will build the image and run Hornet:
CTRL-c to stop.
-d to run detached, and to stop:
docker-compose down -t 200