Policy Docker Installation
Starting the ONAP Policy Framework Docker Images
In order to start the containers, you can use docker-compose. This uses the docker-compose-all.yml yaml file to bring up the ONAP Policy Framework. This file is located in the policy/docker repository. In the csit folder there are scripts to automatically bring up components in Docker, without the need to build all the images locally.
Clone the read-only version of policy/docker repo from gerrit:
git clone "https://gerrit.onap.org/r/policy/docker"
Start the containers automatically
The start-all.sh script in policy/docker/csit will bring up all the Policy Framework components, and give the local ip for the GUI. The latest images will be downloaded from Nexus.
export CONTAINER_LOCATION=nexus3.onap.org:10001/ export PROJECT=pap ./start-all.sh
To stop them use ./stop-all.sh
Start the containers manually
Step 1: Set the containers location and project.
For local images, set CONTAINER_LOCATION=”” (or don’t set it at all) You will need to build locally all the images using the steps in the next chapter
For remote images set CONTAINER_LOCATION=”nexus3.onap.org:10001/”
export CONTAINER_LOCATION=nexus3.onap.org:10001/ export PROJECT=pap
Step 2: Set gerrit branch
Or use the script get-branch.sh
Step 3: Get all the images versions
Use the script get-versions.sh
Step 4: Run the system using docker-compose
docker-compose -f docker-compose-all.yml up <image> <image>
You now have a full standalone ONAP Policy framework up and running!
Building the ONAP Policy Framework Docker Images
If you want to use your own local images, you can build them following these instructions:
Step 1: Build the Policy API Docker image
cd ~/git/onap/policy/api/packages mvn clean install -P docker
Step 2: Build the Policy PAP Docker image
cd ~/git/onap/policy/pap/packages mvn clean install -P docker
Step 3: Build the Drools PDP docker image.
This image is a standalone vanilla Drools engine, which does not contain any pre-built drools rules or applications.
cd ~/git/onap/policy/drools-pdp/ mvn clean install -P docker
Step 4: Build the Drools Application Control Loop image.
This image has the drools use case application and the supporting software built together with the Drools PDP engine. It is recommended to use this image if you are first working with ONAP Policy and wish to test or learn how the use cases work.
cd ~/git/onap/policy/drools-applications mvn clean install -P docker
Step 5: Build the Apex PDP docker image:
cd ~/git/onap/policy/apex-pdp mvn clean install -P docker
Step 6: Build the XACML PDP docker image:
cd ~/git/onap/policy/xacml-pdp/packages mvn clean install -P docker
Step 7: Build the Policy SDC Distribution docker image:
cd ~/git/onap/policy/distribution/packages mvn clean install -P docker