lpn

What is lpn

Liferay Portal Nook (lpn), a fast and flexible CLI for managing Liferay Portal's Docker images.

Why is it important

Lpn allows us going back to the past and check specific scenarios. Imagine you want to check previous versions to see the product evolution, or you just have to solve a bug in a certain product release. This tool will allow you making that in few minutes.

Install lpn

  1. Install docker
  2. Change docker preferences to have 6Gb memory
  3. Download the last lpn release (darwin64 if you are using a mac).
  4. You might need to rename your downloaded file to just 'lpn'.
  5. Open your terminal and go to where the file has been downloaded. By default Downloads folder.
    cd Download
  6. Move the file to bin folder
    mv lpn /usr/local/bin
  7. Go to that folder
    chmod +x /usr/local/bin
  8. By this point you should have lpn running in your computer. Now you can run images as shown in next section.

Where to get Liferay official images

Just visit our docker hub tags page.

Running images

To run master

lpn run ce -t 7.0.6-ga7 -p 9050

Running other images

Each team might have their own images. Ask the team lead how to run them.

Last modified on 2020.03.26
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