Monika is available as a docker image. You can find the image in the docker hub as
hyperjump/monika, or pull the image with the following command:
Once you've pulled the latest image, you can run it using:
In the example above, we create a container from the hyperjump/monika base image naming it with
--name monika, indicate we'll use the host machine's network configuration with
--net=host and let it run in the backround using the
--detach switch (or interactively with
Once monika is up and running, you can see its log using
Or you can stop the container with
For more complex probing, for example to use your existing customized configuration and have the prometheus plugin. First copy your personalized config to a directory, say /config. Then create your container with the directory mounted as a
--volume (-v) for the container to use, like so:
Genererally when facing issues with your container or configuration, try the same configuration YAML using regular monika. For instance:
Ensure your container is up and running by issuing simple commands/parameters:
For further docker commands and documentation, visit the official Docker documentation here.
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