Building Federation Gateway Components
If you cloned Magma using git, make sure you are checked out on the release you intend to build.
In case you need to change the version you can:
# to list all releases git tag -l # to switch to a different release (for example v1.3.3) git checkout v1.3.3 # to switch to master (developement version) git checkout master
Once you are on a proper version of Magma, make sure your Docker daemon is running. Then go run those commands to build FeG.
cd magma/feg/gateway/docker docker-compose build --parallel # if build fails try with sudo and without parallelization sudo docker-compose build
Note that you are building FeG from your local repository. There is no need to
If this is your first time building the FeG, this may take a while.
When this job finishes, you will have built FeG on your local machine. You can
check the images using docker. You should
among others images that were used during the build process.
In case you want to host FeG on your image registry do the following to upload these images:
../../../orc8r/tools/docker/publish.sh -r <REGISTRY> -i gateway_python ../../../orc8r/tools/docker/publish.sh -r <REGISTRY> -i gateway_go
In case you built Magma CWF (Carrier Wi-FI), you also need to upload
../../../orc8r/tools/docker/publish.sh -r <REGISTRY> -i gateway_radius