First make sure Porter is installed. Please see the installation instructions for more info.
Create a new bundle
porter create command to start a new project:
mkdir -p my-bundle/ && cd my-bundle/ porter create
This will create a file called
porter.yaml which contains the configuration for your bundle.
Modify and customize this file for your application’s needs.
Here is a very basic
name: my-bundle version: 0.1.0 description: "this application is extremely important" invocationImage: my-dockerhub-user/my-bundle:latest mixins: - exec install: - description: "Install Hello World" exec: command: bash arguments: - -c - echo Hello World uninstall: - description: "Uninstall Hello World" exec: command: bash arguments: - -c - echo Goodbye World
Build the bundle
porter build command will create a
as well as build and push the associated invocation image:
Note: Make sure that the
invocationImage listed in you
porter.yaml is a reference that you are
docker push to and that your end-users are able to
docker pull from.
Install the bundle
You can then use
porter install to install your bundle (“demo” is the unique installation name):
porter install demo
If you wish to uninstall the bundle, you can use
porter uninstall demo