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Install mysql-5.6 non interactive

I couldn't find any solutions how to install mysql-5.6 in a docker container non-interactively. I found the following commands but they need user input:

# Update the repo list, execute :
wget http://repo.mysql.com/mysql-apt-config_0.2.1-1debian7_all.deb
dpkg -i mysql-apt-config_0.2.1-1debian7_all.deb

# Install
apt-get update
apt-get install mysql-server-5.6

Is there a better solution for non-interactive installation?

To install mysql56 with docker, you should really be using following:

MySQL is a widely used, open-source relational database management system (RDBMS).

Example:

$ docker run -d mysql:5.6
Unable to find image 'mysql:5.6' locally
Trying to pull repository docker.io/library/mysql ... 5.6: Pulling from library/mysql

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Digest: sha256:03646869dfecf96f443640f8b9040fbde78a96269aaf47bbfbb505a4c1adcad9
Status: Downloaded newer image for docker.io/mysql:5.6

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OR, you can use Docker Compose as well.

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    • I know, but I want nginx, php and mysql in one container and I use a nginx image, so I have to install mysql on my own.
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    • I know docker is not meant to use everything in one container :-) But I have the requirement for that so I have to do it :-) Background: We have a server with little demo instances of a web application. We don't want to use 3 container (mysql, php, nginx) for every demo instance, as we have very many many demo instances.

I'm not sure if this works with dpkg, as I rarely use debian, but Unix in general has a method of making an interactive task scriptable:

shell#] cat > answers.txt << EOF
answer1
true
yes
no
answer10
EOF
shell#] interactive-command < answers.txt

Each line in the answers.txt file answers one question of the interactive setup process. You don't have to use the HERE document like in the example; vim, pico, nano, whatever can create the answer file.

In a Dockerfile you could ADD the answers.txt file, then RUN the command, piping the answers file to the stdin of the interactive command.

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