Docker images are available for the linux/amd64, linux/arm/v7 and linux/arm64 platforms. They include everything needed to run Navidrome.
docker-compose.yml file with the following content (or add the
below to your existing file):
version: "3" services: navidrome: image: deluan/navidrome:latest user: 1000:1000 # should be owner of volumes ports: - "4533:4533" restart: unless-stopped environment: # Put your config options customization here ND_SCANINTERVAL: 1m ND_LOGLEVEL: info ND_SESSIONTIMEOUT: 24h ND_BASEURL: "" volumes: - "/path/to/data:/data" - "/path/to/your/music/folder:/music:ro"
Start it with
docker-compose up -d
docker command line tool:
$ docker run -d \ --name navidrome \ --restart=unless-stopped \ --user $(id -u):$(id -g) \ -v /path/to/music:/music \ -v /path/to/data:/data \ -p 4533:4533 \ -e ND_LOGLEVEL=info \ deluan/navidrome:latest
userargument should ideally reflect the
UID:GIDof the owner of the music library to avoid permission issues. For testing purpose you could omit this directive, but as a rule of thumb you should not run a production container as
- Remember to change the
volumespaths to point to your local paths.
/datais where Navidrome will store its DB and cache,
/musicis where your music files are stored.
- Configuration options can be customized with environment
variables as needed. For
docker-composejust add them to the
environmentsection or the yml file. For
dockercli use the
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