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Usage: up [options] [--scale SERVICE=NUM...] [SERVICE...] Options: -d Detached mode: Run containers in the background, print new container names. Incompatible with --abort-on-container-exit. --no-color Produce monochrome output. --no-deps Don't start linked services. --force-recreate Recreate containers even if their configuration and image haven't changed. Incompatible with --no-recreate. --no-recreate If containers already exist, don't recreate them. Incompatible with --force-recreate. --no-build Don't build an image, even if it's missing. --build Build images before starting containers. --abort-on-container-exit Stops all containers if any container was stopped. Incompatible with -d. -t, --timeout TIMEOUT Use this timeout in seconds for container shutdown when attached or when containers are already running. (default: 10) --remove-orphans Remove containers for services not defined in the Compose file --exit-code-from SERVICE Return the exit code of the selected service container. Implies --abort-on-container-exit. --scale SERVICE=NUM Scale SERVICE to NUM instances. Overrides the `scale` setting in the Compose file if present.
Builds, (re)creates, starts, and attaches to containers for a service.
Unless they are already running, this command also starts any linked services.
docker-compose up command aggregates the output of each container. When
the command exits, all containers are stopped. Running
docker-compose up -d
starts the containers in the background and leaves them running.
If there are existing containers for a service, and the service’s configuration
or image was changed after the container’s creation,
docker-compose up picks
up the changes by stopping and recreating the containers (preserving mounted
volumes). To prevent Compose from picking up changes, use the
If you want to force Compose to stop and recreate all containers, use the