Instead of running your containers using
docker-compose up -d, use
docker-compose up which will display all the logs in real-time. This will help you determine the cause(s) of your issue(s).
You are still using
antoinejaussoin/retro-board-backend? You might want to migrate to
Simply update your
docker-compose.yml file and replace the two images, and restart everything.
The migration will be completely transparent.
The new namespace (
retrospected/*) only has versions from 4.9.0, plus
If you are still using an older version, and don't want to update, keep using the old namespace.
You broke something and can't fix it? It happens. Follow the following to reset all docker containers and volumes to their "factory settings":
This will deleted everything!
The following will delete docker volumes, a.k.a your data, and more precisely your database data and PGAdmin settings.
If your data is actually important, please make a backup first.
- Stop your containers (
docker-compose downin the folder where the docker-compose file is)
- Delete all stopped containers:
docker system prune --all
- Delete all orphaned volumes:
docker volume prune
- Start everything up again: