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set -e
# first arg is `-something` or `+something`
if [ "${1#-}" != "$1" ] || [ "${1#+}" != "$1" ]; then
set -- /opt/couchdb/bin/couchdb "$@"
# first arg is the bare word `couchdb`
if [ "$1" = 'couchdb' ]; then
set -- /opt/couchdb/bin/couchdb "$@"
if [ "$1" = '/opt/couchdb/bin/couchdb' ]; then
# this is where runtime configuration changes will be written.
# we need to explicitly touch it here in case /opt/couchdb/etc has
# been mounted as an external volume, in which case it won't exist.
# If running as the couchdb user (i.e. container starts as root),
# write permissions will be granted below.
touch /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/docker.ini
# if user is root, assume running under the couchdb user (default)
# and ensure it is able to access files and directories that may be mounted externally
if [ "$(id -u)" = '0' ]; then
# Check that we own everything in /opt/couchdb and fix if necessary. We also
# add the `-f` flag in all the following invocations because there may be
# cases where some of these ownership and permissions issues are non-fatal
# (e.g. a config file owned by root with o+r is actually fine), and we don't
# to be too aggressive about crashing here ...
find /opt/couchdb \! \( -user couchdb -group couchdb \) -exec chown -f couchdb:couchdb '{}' +
# Ensure that data files have the correct permissions. We were previously
# preventing any access to these files outside of couchdb:couchdb, but it
# turns out that CouchDB itself does not set such restrictive permissions
# when it creates the files. The approach taken here ensures that the
# contents of the datadir have the same permissions as they had when they
# were initially created. This should minimize any startup delay.
find /opt/couchdb/data -type d ! -perm 0755 -exec chmod -f 0755 '{}' +
find /opt/couchdb/data -type f ! -perm 0644 -exec chmod -f 0644 '{}' +
# Do the same thing for configuration files and directories. Technically
# CouchDB only needs read access to the configuration files as all online
# changes will be applied to the "docker.ini" file below, but we set 644
# for the sake of consistency.
find /opt/couchdb/etc -type d ! -perm 0755 -exec chmod -f 0755 '{}' +
find /opt/couchdb/etc -type f ! -perm 0644 -exec chmod -f 0644 '{}' +
if [ ! -z "$NODENAME" ] && ! grep "couchdb@" /opt/couchdb/etc/vm.args; then
echo "-name couchdb@$NODENAME" >> /opt/couchdb/etc/vm.args
if [ "$COUCHDB_USER" ] && [ "$COUCHDB_PASSWORD" ]; then
# Create admin only if not already present
if ! grep -Pzoqr "\[admins\]\n$COUCHDB_USER =" /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/*.ini /opt/couchdb/etc/local.ini; then
printf "\n[admins]\n%s = %s\n" "$COUCHDB_USER" "$COUCHDB_PASSWORD" >> /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/docker.ini
if [ "$COUCHDB_SECRET" ]; then
# Set secret only if not already present
if ! grep -Pzoqr "\[couch_httpd_auth\]\nsecret =" /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/*.ini /opt/couchdb/etc/local.ini; then
printf "\n[couch_httpd_auth]\nsecret = %s\n" "$COUCHDB_SECRET" >> /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/docker.ini
if [ "$(id -u)" = '0' ]; then
chown -f couchdb:couchdb /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/docker.ini || true
# if we don't find an [admins] section followed by a non-comment, display a warning
if ! grep -Pzoqr '\[admins\]\n[^;]\w+' /opt/couchdb/etc/default.d/*.ini /opt/couchdb/etc/local.d/*.ini /opt/couchdb/etc/local.ini; then
# The - option suppresses leading tabs but *not* spaces. :)
cat >&2 <<-'EOWARN'
WARNING: CouchDB is running in Admin Party mode.
This will allow anyone with access to the
CouchDB port to access your database. In
Docker's default configuration, this is
effectively any other container on the same
Use "-e COUCHDB_USER=admin -e COUCHDB_PASSWORD=password"
to set it in "docker run".
if [ "$(id -u)" = '0' ]; then
exec gosu couchdb "$@"
exec "$@"