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RocketMQ-Docker License

This is the Git repo of the Docker Image for Apache RocketMQ. You could run it through the following ways:

  1. Generate a RocketMQ Docker image
  2. Run the docker image with the below modes:
    1. Single Node.
    2. Cluster with docker-compose.
    3. Cluster on Kubernetes.

Prerequisites

The Docker images in this repository should support Docker version 1.12+, and Kubernetes version 1.9+.

Quick start

A. Generate a RocketMQ docker image

Note: This is an experimented code to allow users to build docker image locally according to a given RocketMQ version. Actually the formal images have been generated by RocketMQ official maintainer and stored in docker hub. Suggest common users to use these remote images directly.

cd image-build
sh build-image.sh RMQ-VERSION BASE-IMAGE

Tip: The supported RMQ-VERSIONs can be obtained from here. The supported BASE-IMAGEs are [centos, alpine]. For example: sh build-image.sh 4.5.0 alpine

B. Stage a specific version

Users can generate a runtime (stage) directory based on a specific version and docker style operate the RocketMQ cluster/server/nameserver beneath the directory.

sh stage.sh RMQ-VERSION

After executing the above shell script, (e.g. sh stage.sh 4.5.0), it will generate a stage directory (./stages/4.5.0). User can do the following works under the directory, assuming the RMQ-version is defined with 4.5.0.

1. Single Node

Run:

cd stages/4.5.0 

./play-docker.sh alpine

NOTE: Some Linux Systems (e.g. Ubuntu) may generate path stages/4.5.0/template, please adjust the command accordingly.

2. Cluster with docker-compose

Run:

cd stages/4.5.0 

./play-docker-compose.sh

3. Cluster on Kubernetes

Run:

cd stages/4.5.0 

./play-kubernetes.sh

4. Cluster of Dledger storage

Run: (Note: This feature needs RMQ version is 4.4.0 or above)

cd stages/4.5.0 

./play-docker-dledger.sh

5. TLS support

Run: (It will startup nameserver and broker with SSL enabled style. The client will not invoke nameserver or broker until related SSL client is configurated. )

You can see detailed TLS config instruction from here

cd stages/4.5.0 

./play-docker-tls.sh

# Once nameserver and broker startup correctly, you still can use the following script to test produce/consume in SSL mode, why, due to they still use the SSL setting which exists in JAVA-OPT of the docker rmqbroker container. 
./play-producer.sh
./play-consumer.sh

How to update RocketMQ image repository using update.sh

Run:

cd image-build
./update.sh 

This script will get the latest release version of RocketMQ and build the docker images based on alpine and centos respectively, then push the new images to the current official repository apacherocketmq/rocketmq.

How to verify RocketMQ works well

Verify with Docker and docker-compose

  1. Use docker ps|grep rmqbroker to find your RocketMQ broker container id.

  2. Use docker exec -it {container_id} ./mqadmin clusterList -n {nameserver_ip}:9876 to verify if RocketMQ broker works, for example:

root$ docker exec -it 63950574b491 ./mqadmin clusterList -n 192.168.43.56:9876
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM warning: ignoring option PermSize=128m; support was removed in 8.0
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM warning: ignoring option MaxPermSize=128m; support was removed in 8.0
#Cluster Name     #Broker Name            #BID  #Addr                  #Version                #InTPS(LOAD)       #OutTPS(LOAD) #PCWait(ms) #Hour #SPACE
DefaultCluster    63950574b491            0     172.17.0.3:10911       V4_3_0                   0.00(0,0ms)         0.00(0,0ms)          0 429398.92 -1.0000

Verify with Kubernetes

  1. Use kubectl get pods|grep rocketmq to find your RocketMQ broker Pod id, for example:
[root@k8s-master rocketmq]# kubectl get pods |grep rocketmq
rocketmq-7697d9d574-b5z7g             2/2       Running       0          2d
  1. Use kubectl -n {namespace} exec -it {pod_id} -c broker bash to login the broker pod, for example:
[root@k8s-master rocketmq]# kubectl -n default exec -it  rocketmq-7697d9d574-b5z7g -c broker bash
[root@rocketmq-7697d9d574-b5z7g bin]# 
  1. Use mqadmin clusterList -n {nameserver_ip}:9876 to verify if RocketMQ broker works, for example:
[root@rocketmq-7697d9d574-b5z7g bin]# ./mqadmin clusterList -n localhost:9876
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM warning: ignoring option PermSize=128m; support was removed in 8.0
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM warning: ignoring option MaxPermSize=128m; support was removed in 8.0
#Cluster Name     #Broker Name            #BID  #Addr                  #Version                #InTPS(LOAD)       #OutTPS(LOAD) #PCWait(ms) #Hour #SPACE
DefaultCluster    rocketmq-7697d9d574-b5z7g  0     192.168.196.14:10911   V4_3_0                   0.00(0,0ms)         0.00(0,0ms)          0 429399.44 -1.0000

So you will find it works, enjoy !

C. Product level configuration

The project also provides a usage reference for product level cluster docker configuration and startup. Please see the README.md details in /product directory.

FAQ

1. If I want the broker container to load my customized configuration file (which means broker.conf) when it starts, how can I achieve this?

First, create the customized broker.conf, like below:

brokerClusterName = DefaultCluster
brokerName = broker-a
brokerId = 0
deleteWhen = 04
fileReservedTime = 48
brokerRole = ASYNC_MASTER
flushDiskType = ASYNC_FLUSH
#set `brokerIP1` if you want to set physical IP as broker IP.
brokerIP1=10.10.101.80 #change you own physical IP Address

And put the customized broker.conf file at a specific path, like “pwd/data/broker/conf/broker.conf”.

Then we can modify the play-docker.sh and volume this file to the broker container when it starts. For example:

docker run -d -p 10911:10911 -p 10909:10909 -v `pwd`/data/broker/logs:/root/logs -v `pwd`/data/broker/store:/root/store -v `pwd`/data/broker/conf/broker.conf:/home/rocketmq/rocketmq-4.5.0/conf/broker.conf --name rmqbroker --link rmqnamesrv:namesrv -e "NAMESRV_ADDR=namesrv:9876" apacherocketmq/rocketmq:4.5.0 sh mqbroker -c /opt/rocketmq-4.5.0/conf/broker.conf

Finally we can find the customized broker.conf has been used in the broker container. For example:

MacBook-Pro:4.5.0 huan$ docker ps |grep mqbroker
a32c67aed6dd        apacherocketmq/rocketmq:4.5.0   "sh mqbroker"       20 minutes ago      Up 20 minutes       0.0.0.0:10909->10909/tcp, 9876/tcp, 0.0.0.0:10911->10911/tcp   rmqbroker
MacBook-Pro:4.5.0 $ docker exec -it a32c67aed6dd cat /home/rocketmq/rocketmq-4.5.0/conf/broker.conf
brokerClusterName = DefaultCluster
brokerName = broker-a
brokerId = 0
deleteWhen = 04
fileReservedTime = 48
brokerRole = ASYNC_MASTER
flushDiskType = ASYNC_FLUSH
#set `brokerIP1` if you want to set physical IP as broker IP.
brokerIP1=10.10.101.80 #change you own physical IP Address

In the case of docker-compose, change the docker-compose.yml like following:

version: '2'
services:
  namesrv:
    image: apacherocketmq/rocketmq:4.5.0
    container_name: rmqnamesrv
    ports:
      - 9876:9876
    volumes:
      - ./data/namesrv/logs:/home/rocketmq/logs
    command: sh mqnamesrv
  broker:
    image: apacherocketmq/rocketmq:4.5.0
    container_name: rmqbroker
    ports:
      - 10909:10909
      - 10911:10911
      - 10912:10912
    volumes:
      - ./data/broker/logs:/home/rocketmq/logs
      - ./data/broker/store:/home/rocketmq/store
      - ./data/broker/conf/broker.conf:/home/rocketmq/rocketmq-4.5.0/conf/broker.conf
    command: sh mqbroker -n namesrv:9876 -c ../conf/broker.conf
    depends_on:
      - namesrv