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Run Docker Container

CloudBeaver container image is on DockerHub: https://hub.docker.com/r/dbeaver/cloudbeaver.

  • dbeaver/cloudbeaver:latest - latest release build.
  • dbeaver/cloudbeaver:dev - latest developer build.

Installation

To install the latest version of CloudBeaver use the following script:

sudo docker pull dbeaver/cloudbeaver:latest

Running

To run cloudbaver in the terminal:

sudo docker run --name cloudbeaver --rm -ti -p 8080:8978 -v /var/cloudbeaver/workspace:/opt/cloudbeaver/workspace dbeaver/cloudbeaver:latest

Then switch to the browser and open http://localhost:8080/

Daemon mode

Add the following parameters:

-d --restart unless-stopped 

Accessing databases on the localhost

If you need to access the database server on the host machine, add the following parameter in docker run: (on Linux only)

 --network host

Cloudbeaver will work in the host machine network.
If this mode is not suitable for your network environment then you can run the container in the following way:

export CB_LOCAL_HOST_ADDR=$(ifconfig | grep -E "([0-9]{1,3}\.){3}[0-9]{1,3}" | grep -v 127.0.0.1 | awk '{ print $2 }' | cut -f2 -d: | head -n1)

docker run --name cloudbeaver --rm -ti -p 8080:8978 --add-host=host.docker.internal:${CB_LOCAL_HOST_ADDR} -v /var/cloudbeaver/workspace:/opt/cloudbeaver/workspace dbeaver/cloudbeaver:dev

or just run script deploy/docker/run-docker-container.sh. It passes the IP address of host machine to the container.

Docker parameters explanation

Parameters explanation:

Parameter Explanation
--name cloudbeaver Assign container ID (cloudbeaver)
--rm Removes container on stop
-ti Enables terminal mode (allows to stop container with CTRL+C)
-p 8080:8978 Maps CloudBeaver public port (8978) to the host machine port (e.g. 8080)
-v local_path:/opt/cloudbeaver/workspace Mounts local folder `/var/cloudbeaver/workspace' to the server workspace. Required to keep CloudBeaver data after container restart.
--add-host=host.docker.internal:IP address Adds host name in the container's /etc/hosts file. This may be needed to access the database server deployed on the host machine.
dbeaver/cloudbeaver:latest Container ID