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Installation

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Precompiled binaries

Precompiled chproxy binaries are available here. Just download the latest stable binary, unpack and run it with the desired config:

./chproxy -config=/path/to/config.yml

Building from source

Chproxy is written in Go. The easiest way to install it from sources is:

go get -u github.com/ContentSquare/chproxy

If you don’t have Go installed on your system - follow this guide.

Docker

Chproxy is also available as a Docker image in a public repository on DockerHub.

Download the image and run the container:

docker run -d -v <LOCAL CONFIG>:/config.yml contentsquareplatform/chproxy:<VERSION TAG> -config /config.yml

Example:

docker run -d -v $(pwd)/config/examples/simple.yml:/config.yml contentsquareplatform/chproxy:v1.20.0 -config /config.yml

Build a local image.

To build an image, as a prerequisite, the chproxy binary should exist in the same context as Dockerfile.

You can download the prebuilt version or run the following command:

GOOS=linux GOARCH=amd64 go build -v

Then run docker build command:

docker build -t <LOCAL_IMAGE_NAME> .

Finally, run container:

docker run -d -v <LOCAL_VOLUME>:<DEST_PATH> -p <SOURCE_PORT>:<DEST_PORT> <LOCAL_IMAGE_NAME> <APPLICATION_ARGS>

Flags

-d Run container in background and print container ID
-v Bind mount a volume (local directory or file to host path)
-p Publish a container's port(s) to the host (default 9090)

Example:

docker run -d -v $(PWD)/config.yml:/opt/config.yml -p 9090:9090 chproxy-test -config /opt/config.yml