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Created May 24, 2017

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This is a prove of concept for leveraging the travis directory caching for speeding up docker builds. It works by configuring the docker deamon to use a folder under current user's (travis) control. That way you have the privileges to use the caching feature of travis ci.
sudo: false
services:
- docker
before_script:
- sudo service docker stop
- if [ "$(ls -A /home/travis/docker)" ]; then echo "/home/travis/docker already set"; else sudo mv /var/lib/docker /home/travis/docker; fi
- sudo bash -c "echo 'DOCKER_OPTS=\"-H tcp://127.0.0.1:2375 -H unix:///var/run/docker.sock -g /home/travis/docker\"' > /etc/default/docker"
- sudo service docker start
- docker build -f Dockerfile-testenv -t testenv .
script:
- docker run testenv
before_cache:
- sudo service docker stop
- sudo chown -R travis ~/docker
cache:
directories:
~/docker
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