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Updating RevDeBug server

How to upgrade RevDeBug server instance to new version
When you have installed RevDeBug server using Installing RevDeBug server guide, updating it requires only three actions (all commands need to be executed in the cloned docker-compose project directory):
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Standalone
  • Stopping RevDeBug server containers prior to upgrading: sudo docker compose -p revdebug down
  • Pulling new version of compose file from the git repository: git pull
  • Pull new versions of docker images: sudo docker compose -p revdebug pull
  • Starting new version of RevDeBug server containers: sudo docker compose -p revdebug up -d
  • Stopping RevDeBug server containers prior to upgrading: sudo docker-compose -p revdebug down
  • Pulling new version of compose file from git repository: git pull
  • Pull new versions of docker images: sudo docker-compose -p revdebug pull
  • Starting new version of RevDeBug server containers: sudo docker-compose -p revdebug up -d
After confirming new version of RevDeBug server started, you may clean up old container images by executing: sudo docker system prune