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Overview

The Artifactory OSS Docker image sources are freely available for download allowing you to build and if necessary, tune it according to your needs.

Getting the Artifactory OSS Sources

For Artifactory OSS, the latest sources can be downloaded from Bintray to be built on your own machines using the following link:

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Building the Artifactory OSS Docker Image

To build the image, you can use the Docker native client or install Docker for your platform by downloading  Docker for Macor  Docker for Windows.

The following code snippet shows an example of how to build the Artifactory OSS 5.0 Docker image on a Mac:

$ mkdir ~/git/artifactory.5.0/
$ cd ~/git/artifactory.5.0/

$ # unzip the Artifactory source bundle you downloaded from Bintray in to the directory you created
$ cd ~/git/artifactory.5.0/artifactory-oss/distribution/docker
$ mvn clean package -Pdocker

Running the Artifactory OSS Container

You can list the Docker images you have built using the docker images command, which should display something like the following output:

$ docker images
REPOSITORY                           TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
jfrog/artifactory-oss 		         5.0.0        		 da70b82904e7        2 minutes ago       741.7 MB
...

To start an Artifactory OSS container for the image shown in the example above, use:

$ docker run --name artifactory-5.0.0 -d -p 8081:8081 jfrog/artifactory-oss:5.0.0     

 


Accessing Artifactory

Once the Artifactory container is up and running, you access Artifactory in the usual way by browsing to: 

http://SERVER_DOMAIN:8081/artifactory.

For example, if you are testing on your local machine you would use:  http://localhost:8081/artifactory

 

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