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Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
FROM alpine:3.10
ENTRYPOINT ["/sbin/tini","--","/usr/local/searx/dockerfiles/docker-entrypoint.sh"]
EXPOSE 8080
VOLUME /etc/searx
VOLUME /var/log/uwsgi
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
ARG GIT_URL=unknown
ARG VERSION_GITCOMMIT=unknown
ARG SEARX_GIT_VERSION=unknown
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
ARG SEARX_GID=977
ARG SEARX_UID=977
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
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RUN addgroup -g ${SEARX_GID} searx && \
adduser -u ${SEARX_UID} -D -h /usr/local/searx -s /bin/sh -G searx searx
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
ARG TIMESTAMP_SETTINGS=0
ARG TIMESTAMP_UWSGI=0
ARG LABEL_VCS_REF=
ARG LABEL_VCS_URL=
ENV INSTANCE_NAME=searx \
AUTOCOMPLETE= \
BASE_URL= \
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
MORTY_KEY= \
MORTY_URL=
WORKDIR /usr/local/searx
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
COPY requirements.txt ./requirements.txt
RUN apk upgrade --no-cache \
&& apk add --no-cache -t build-dependencies \
build-base \
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
py3-setuptools \
python3-dev \
libffi-dev \
libxslt-dev \
libxml2-dev \
openssl-dev \
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
tar \
git \
&& apk add --no-cache \
ca-certificates \
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
su-exec \
python3 \
libxml2 \
libxslt \
openssl \
tini \
uwsgi \
uwsgi-python3 \
&& pip3 install --upgrade pip \
&& pip3 install --no-cache -r requirements.txt \
&& apk del build-dependencies \
&& rm -rf /root/.cache
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
COPY --chown=searx:searx . .
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
RUN su searx -c "/usr/bin/python3 -m compileall -q searx"; \
touch -c --date=@${TIMESTAMP_SETTINGS} searx/settings.yml; \
touch -c --date=@${TIMESTAMP_UWSGI} dockerfiles/uwsgi.ini; \
if [ ! -z $VERSION_GITCOMMIT ]; then\
echo "VERSION_STRING = VERSION_STRING + \"-$VERSION_GITCOMMIT\"" >> /usr/local/searx/searx/version.py; \
fi
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
# Keep this argument at the end since it change each time
ARG LABEL_DATE=
LABEL maintainer="searx <${GIT_URL}>" \
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
description="A privacy-respecting, hackable metasearch engine." \
version="${SEARX_GIT_VERSION}" \
org.label-schema.schema-version="1.0" \
org.label-schema.name="searx" \
org.label-schema.version="${SEARX_GIT_VERSION}" \
Update Docker image See #1561 , use uwsgi and Alpine Linux Volume: /var/log/uwsgi contains error log for 2 days (file uwsgi.log) /etc/searx contains the settings.yml and uwsgi.ini files. The docker image creates them if they don't exist. The two files can be modified after the first run. See below. Environement variables: MORTY_URL : external URL of Morty MORTY_KEY : base64 encoded key BASE_URL : external URL of Searx BIND_ADDRESS : internal HTTP port to listen to Labels : org.label-schema.schema.* Parameters: -h : display this help -d : will update the settings and quit immediately (settings.yml and uwsgi.ini) -f : always update the settings (previous version saved with suffix .old). without this parameter, the new settings are copied with suffix .new When the Docker image contains newer settings: - without -f parameter: the new versions are copied to /etc/searx/settings.yml.new and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini.new. - with -f parameter: the old versions are renamed with .old suffix. The new version replaces /etc/searx/settings.yml and /etc/searx/uwsgi.ini Build using "./manage.sh docker_build", add "push" as parameter also push the Docker image. The script requires a git repository to work (it makes sure that the last git tag matches searx/version.py) "git describe" is used to create a meaningful version. Example : 0.15.0-90-49c5bcb4-dirty (dirty means that the docker image was made with uncommited changes). Use "docker inspect -f {{.Config.Labels.version}} searx" to get the version of an existing image. .dockerignore based on .gitignore .travis.yml: include docker stage
3 years ago
org.label-schema.url="${LABEL_VCS_URL}" \
org.label-schema.vcs-ref=${LABEL_VCS_REF} \
org.label-schema.vcs-url=${LABEL_VCS_URL} \
org.label-schema.build-date="${LABEL_DATE}" \
org.label-schema.usage="https://github.com/searx/searx-docker" \
org.opencontainers.image.title="searx" \
org.opencontainers.image.version="${SEARX_GIT_VERSION}" \
org.opencontainers.image.url="${LABEL_VCS_URL}" \
org.opencontainers.image.revision=${LABEL_VCS_REF} \
org.opencontainers.image.source=${LABEL_VCS_URL} \
org.opencontainers.image.created="${LABEL_DATE}" \
org.opencontainers.image.documentation="https://github.com/searx/searx-docker"