Docker Install Cheatsheet

Common commands to run when managing a local opensource installation

We are assuming all the following commands are executed inside the diffgram installation folder.

Spin Up Diffgram Services

docker-compose up
# Or for detached mode (no logs)
docker-compose up -d

Re-Install in Docker Context Not Recommended

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Database

Re installing on docker can potentially delete DB data if you remove the /postgres-data folder. For installation options read: Install.

The installer creates the .env file this file contains keys that are generated at install like the fernet key. Instead of re-installing consider updating the env file, or pulling the latest updates.

Updates

See Update

Stop Diffgram Services

docker-compose down

Edit configuration variables for installation

# Edit .env file
nano .env # nano is a text editor, you can user whichever other text editor you like to edit.env file

Delete DB Data

Warning: This will delete all data from DB, if you have existing projects or annotations they will no longer exist.

sudo rm -rf postgres-data

Update the SDK

pip install diffgram --upgrade


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