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  • How to update custom libraries in dockerized mirth instance

    Hi.. We are planning to deploy our mirth instance as a docker container ( created from the base image from nextgen docker.io/nextgenhealthcare/connect) running in a pod managed by Kubernates.
    Our application currently keeps updating some libraries in custom-lib .
    How do we upload and reload the new or updated custom libraries in the mirth instance deployed as a pod in Kubernates ?

  • #2
    Hi debashish,

    we have two dockerized instances of mirth in production, for a dynamic custom-lib, you need to map custom-lib directory inside docker to a host directory (we do that in docker-compose). Once mirth is up you just need to add libraries to mapped host directory and press update button inside mirth.

    Hope this helps

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    • #3
      Cool thanks. But does it allow updating the same jar ( like the same name) since locally if we try updating the same jar in custom-lib it just doesn't allow since mirth instance is already running. Also do we need to expliclity go to every mirth instance running in pod and update the custom-lib or updating in one of them will be replicated to the other ?

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      • #4
        Hi debashish,

        mmm...I tested a solution for that but it was very unstable, maybe in your system could be more stable. My solution was to share a directory in one repository and all servers mount it on a local directory, later this mapped directory should be mapped in mirth docker compose.

        Hope this helps

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