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Version: v1.9.0

EventMesh Store with Docker

If you choose standalone mode, you could skip this file and go to the next step: Start Eventmesh-Runtime; if not, you could choose RocketMQ as the store layer.

1. Dependencies

64-bit OS,we recommend Linux/Unix;
64-bit JDK 1.8+;
Gradle 7.0+, we recommend 7.0.*
4g+ available disk to deploy eventmesh-store

2. Deploy

2.1 Pull Images

Pull RocketMQ image from Docker Hub:

#Pull rocketmq image
sudo docker pull apache/rocketmq:4.9.4

You can list and view existing local mirrors with the following command:

sudo docker images

If the terminal displays the image information as shown below, the EventMesh image has been successfully downloaded locally.

REPOSITORY        TAG       IMAGE ID       CREATED         SIZE
apache/rocketmq 4.9.4 a2a50ca263c3 13 months ago 548MB


2.2 Run Docker

Run namerv container:

sudo docker run -d -p 9876:9876 \
-v `pwd`/data/namesrv/logs:/root/logs \
-v `pwd`/data/namesrv/store:/root/store \
--name rmqnamesrv \
apache/rocketmq:4.9.4 \
sh mqnamesrv

Run broker container:

sudo docker run -d -p 10911:10911 -p 10909:10909 \
-v `pwd`/data/broker/logs:/root/logs \
-v `pwd`/data/broker/store:/root/store \
--name rmqbroker \
--link rmqnamesrv:namesrv \
-e "NAMESRV_ADDR=namesrv:9876" \
apache/rocketmq:4.9.4 \
sh mqbroker -c ../conf/broker.conf


Please note that the rocketmq-broker ip is pod ip. If you want to modify this ip, you can set it your custom value in broker.conf

By now, the deployment of eventmesh-store has finished, please go to the next step: Start Eventmesh-Runtime Using Docker