Fwd: Help putting cyrus on Docker
fabio.montefuscolo at gmail.com
Wed Jan 15 06:49:46 EST 2020
Thank you very much for looking into this.
Initially, I would like to get this working like I got in a real CentOS 8.
I have here a virtual machine where I did the same steps I did in
Dockerfile. But in VM I start services "*systemctl start cyrus-imapd*"
start saslauthd*" and basic login works out of the box. I could telnet on
port 143 and "*. login cyrus cyrus*". That is not happening on Docker.
I hope other people using the image can write their own config and mount
inside the container to achieve their needs. The plan is to have some
kubernetes recipes I can repeat whenever we get a new client wondering to
have an email service. Actually I'm testing it on DO, but using kubernetes
should be simple to move to AWS, Linode or any other kubernetes hosting.
Em qua., 15 de jan. de 2020 às 06:22, Niels Dettenbach via Info-cyrus <
info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu> escreveu:
> Am Dienstag, 14. Januar 2020, 16:47:52 CET schrieb Fabio Montefuscolo:
> > I'm trying to build a simple docker image based on CentOS 8, which brings
> > cyrus-imapd 3.0.7. I'm having troubles to authenticate on cyrus imap
> > service for unknown reasons. There is no syslog facility working inside
> > the centos image, so I don't have logs. The final idea is deploy this
> > image in a kubernetes cluster. The Dockerfile I'm using is
> > https://github.com/fabiomontefuscolo/docker-cyrusimapd
> > When I jump into console and try to use cyradm, I get 2 password fields
> > fulfill and at the ent, that doesn't work
> as far as i can read in that dockerfile on a first view, it does only
> dependencies and "activating" SSL/TLS, but lacks any kind of further
> configuration for cyrus auth etc.
> the flexibility and complexity of cyrus installations are not easy to
> "capsule" into a docker file or reciept for a "common usage".
> depending on what kind of authentication subsystem (i.e. mysql, pam, ldap,
> pam_mysql, sasl, saslauthd (with pam or other "backend") you want to use
> even active AD or others you have to configure that by hand (or extend
> docker file).
> a typical "easy" way is using saslauthd with -s pam to "simply" use pam
> Niels Dettenbach
> Syndicat IT & Internet
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