LXDHub is a management system for linux containers (LXC). With LXDHub you can visualize LXC images of multiple (private & public) remotes. One of the key features of LXDHub is to clone LXC images from one remote to another. Therefor you can mirror public remotes to your private remote.
Under the hood, LXDHub is split in five packages. The following graph visualizes the dependencies of each package.
|@lxdhub/web||-||The LXDHub webinterface|
|@lxdhub/api||The REST API for the LXDHub webinterface|
|@lxdhub/dbsync||The script to synchronize multiple LXD remotes with the LXDHub database|
|@lxdhub/db||The package, which provides database functions for the @lxdhub/api and @lxdhub/dbsync packages|
|@lxdhub/common||The package, which provides common functions for all LXDHub-packages.|
@lxdhub/common are solely libraries, which can not be run seperatly. Whereas the packages
@lxdhub/dbsync can be run seperatly via Docker or NodeJS.
Before you can start the application, you need to add your LXC certificates. More information on generate-lxc-certificates.md
You update the lxdhub remotes by editing the lxdhub.yml file. Simply copy the given template and add / alter remotes.
mv lxdhub.yml.template lxdhub.yml vi lxdhub.yml
This script builds the project, builds the docker containers and runs them.
docker-compose build docker-compose up
Run the automated test cases with NodeJS.
# Only need to do once npm install # Run tests ./bin/run-tests.sh # Get coverage report on http://localhost:8000 cd coverage && python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000
First you need to install lxd.
Then run the command
./bin/setup-local-test-remote.sh which uses the port
for your local LXC REST API. The default password for your local remote is
The LXDHub API offers a test environment, which can be tested manually.
To run the tests, NodeJS V9 needs to be installed and run
The data will no be loaded from your local SQLite database. The model data inside the test environment,
are defined inside the