Adding Linux Dash as a system service

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Last week Ivan Mikushin discussed adding system services to RancherOS using Docker Compose. Today I want to show you an example of how to deploy Linux Dash as a system service.

Linux Dash is a simple, low-overhead, and web-supported monitoring tool for Linux, you can read more about Linux Dash here. In this post I will add Linux Dash as a system service to RancherOS version 0.3.0, which allows users to add system services using rancherctl command.

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The Ubuntu console is the only service that is currently available in RancherOS.

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Creating Linux Dash Docker Image

I build a 32MB node.js busybox image on top of the hwestphal/nodebox image, with linux-dash installed, which will run on port 80 by default. The Docker file of this image: Continue reading.

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