Delete and clean up Docker containers
If you have problems with your installation or want to update a DPS container, you can delete the Docker containers and then install the new images.
Performing this task deletes all of your DPS Platform database content, so you will have to reconfigure the LDAP and cluster registration settings after reinstalling the Docker containers.
For information about the commands and options supported by ./dpdeploy.sh, use the command-line help.
- cd /usr/dp/current/apps/dlm/bin
- ./dlmdeploy.sh destroy
- cd /usr/dp/current/core/bin
- ./dpdeploy.sh destroy --all
This ensures that no containers are running. If you see any, kill them with
- Go to Initialize DPS Platform and run the original DPS deployment commands starting with ./dpdeploy.sh init --all.