Docker install (MySQL)
Use the Docker MySQL folder for a quick and easy setup of the Ramses Server.
- Un-Zip the ramses-server_docker-mysql archive you’ve downloaded.
- On Linux, you may need to adjust permissions to the unzipped folder to make sure Docker has write access in there.
- Set passwords for the database. You may skip this step in development environments, but they must be set in production.
- Set the
- Set the same password for the
- Set a new password for the
db/init.sqlfile with the new passwords you’ve chosen.
- Set the
- Go inside the docker folder and use the command
docker compose up.
- Go to
- Delete the
installfolder from the docker folder.
The default user for Ramses is
Admin with the password
password. You should start by changing this name and password using the Ramses Client Application.
It is important to delete the
install folder as soon as the server’s been installed, to prevent anyone to run the install script again.
When the install script is run, it wipes all existing data from the server’s database!
Customize the Docker container
There are some settings you may find useful to adjust in the provided
docker-compose.yml file before you run your container.
Default www port
By default, the Docker Ramses Server is set to use the
8001 port. It may be easier to use the default
Default MySQL port
By default, the Docker Ramses Server is set to use the usual
3306 port. You can adjust this port to avoid conflicts on the server running the container. This is also true for PHPMyAdmin which exposes the
8000 port by default in this configuration.
Secured connection (SSL)
In production, it is recommended to add an SSL certificate to the Ramses Server and set
$forceSSL = true; in the Ramses Server
In this case, you can add this port mapping to the www service:
XXX by the port you want to expose, which should be
443 by default.
Access the MySQL Data
A PHPMyAdmin container is included to help you access and manage the database. Go to
http://localhost:8000 to access it, and user either the
ramses user and its password to access the ramses database, or the
admin user and its rootpassword to manage the whole database.