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To update the easydb software, repeat the download section of the installation:

For Debian/Ubuntu: Here

For Red Hat: Here

However, the downloaded version will not be used until the containers have been stopped and recreated.

Stop Containers

To stop the easydb and remove the current containers, use the following commands:

For Red Hat:

/srv/easydb/maintain stop

For Debian/Ubuntu:

Check that in your installation the container is indeed named easydb-server, with docker ps. Then:

docker stop  easydb-webfrontend
docker rm -v easydb-webfrontend

docker stop  easydb-server
docker rm -v easydb-server

docker stop  easydb-fylr
docker rm -v easydb-fylr

docker stop  easydb-eas
docker rm -v easydb-eas

docker stop  easydb-elasticsearch
docker rm -v easydb-elasticsearch

docker stop  easydb-pgsql
docker rm -v easydb-pgsql

If you are running more than one easydb on the same server, please note the additions in chapter instantiation.


Recreate Containers

To recreate the containers, repeat the start section of the installation:

For Debian/Ubuntu: Here

For Red Hat: Here



Which easydb components are currently running can be displayed with docker ps. Here is a sample display while all components are running:

CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                                       COMMAND             CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                   NAMES
efe480718a0e        "/"       9 days ago          Up 9 days >80/tcp      easydb-webfrontend
cdfe24889c0c        "/"       9 days ago          Up 9 days           80/tcp, 3451-3452/tcp   easydb-server
2a77e387f88a               "/"       2 days ago          Up 2 days           4000/tcp                easydb-fylr
8a17a2a5ea26                "/"       10 weeks ago        Up 10 weeks         80/tcp                  easydb-eas
19bf53e50287      "/"       10 weeks ago        Up 10 weeks         9200/tcp, 9300/tcp      easydb-elasticsearch
1a51017ae36e         "/"       10 weeks ago        Up 10 weeks         5432/tcp                easydb-pgsql

To display dormant components, use docker ps -a.



You can use our free plugin which works with either Nagios or Icinga, to monitor your easydb.


Please refer to backup and restore manual.