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NAME

       docker-compose - Define and run multi-container applications with Docker.

SYNOPSIS

       docker-compose [OPTIONS] [COMMAND] [ARGS]...

DESCRIPTION

       docker-compose  allows  you  to  define  a  multi-container  application  with  all of its
       dependencies in a single file, then spin the application  up  in  a  single  command.  The
       application’s structure and configuration are held in a single place, which makes spinning
       up applications simple and repeatable everywhere.

OPTIONS

       -f, --file FILE
              Specify an alternate compose file (default: docker-compose.yml)

       -p, --project-name NAME
              Specify an alternate project name (default: directory name)

       --verbose
              Show more output

       -v, --version
              Print version and exit

COMMANDS

   build
       Build or rebuild services

       --no-cache
              Do not use cache when building the image.

   help
       Displays help and usage information on a command.

   kill
       Forces running containers to stop by sending a SIGKILL signal.

       -s SIGNAL
              SIGNAL to send to the container. Default signal is SIGKILL.

   logs
       View output from containers.

       --no-color
              Produce a monochrome output.

   port
       Print the public port for a port binding

       --protocol=proto
              Choose the 4th layer protocol, tcp or udp. Default is tcp.

       --index=index
              Index of the container if there are multiple instances of a service. Default is 1.

   ps
       List containers.

       -q     Only display IDs.

   pull
       Pulls service images from Docker registry.

       --allow-insecure-ssl
              Allow insecure connections to the Docker registry.

   restart
       Restart running containers.

       -t, --timeout TIMEOUT
              Specify a shutdown timeout in seconds. Default is 10.

   rm
       Remove stopped service containers

       -f, --force
              Do not ask to confirm removal.

       -v     Remove volumes associated with containers.

   run
       Run a one-off command on a service. By default linked services  will  be  started,  unless
       they are already running.

       --allow-insecure-ssl
              Allow insecure connections to the Docker registry.

       -d     Detached mode. Run container in the background, print new container name.

       --entrypoint CMD
              Override the entrypoint of the image with CMD.

       -e KEY=VAL
              Set an environment variable. Can be used multiple times.

       -u, --user=USER
              Run as a specific USER, a username or uid.

       --no-deps
              Do not start linked services.

       --rm   Remove container after run. This option is ignored in the detached mode.

       --service-ports
              Run command with the service's ports enabled and mapped to the host.

       -T     Disable pseudo tty allocation. By default a tty is allocated.

   scale
       Set  number  of  containers  to  run  for  a  service.  Numbers  are specified in the form
       service=num as arguments.

              # docker-compose scale web=2 worker=3

   start
       Start existing containers.

   stop
       Stop running containers without removing them.

       -t, --timeout TIMEOUT
              Specify a shutdown timeout in seconds. Default is 10.

   up
       Build, (re)create, start and attach to containers.  If there are existing containers for a
       service,  `docker-compose up` will stop and recreate them (preserving mounted volumes with
       volumes-from), so that changes in `docker-compose.yml` are picked up. If you do  not  want
       existing  containers  to  be  recreated,  `docker-compose  up  --no-recreate`  will re-use
       existing containers.

       --allow-insecure-ssl
              Allow insecure connections to the Docker registry.

       -d     Detached mode. Run container in the background, print new container name.

       --no-color
              Produce a monochrome output.

       --no-deps
              Do not start linked services.

       --x-smart-recreate
              Only recreate containers whose configuration or image needs  to  be  updated.  This
              feature is experimental.

       --no-recreate
              If containers already exist, do not recreate them.

       --no-build
              Do not build an image even if it is missing.

       -t, --timeout TIMEOUT
              Specify a shutdown timeout in seconds. Default is 10.

   migrate-to-labels
       Recreate  containers to add labels. If docker-compose detects containers that were created
       without labels, it will refuse to run so that you don't end up with two sets of them.

ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES

       Several environmental variables are available to configure docker-compose behavior.

       Variables starting with DOCKER_ are the  same  as  those  used  to  configure  the  Docker
       command-line client. If you're using boot2docker, eval "$(boot2docker shellinit)" will set
       them to their correct values.

   COMPOSE_PROJECT_NAME
       Sets the project name, which is prepended to  the  name  of  every  container  started  by
       docker-compose.  Defaults to the basename of the current working directory.

   COMPOSE_FILE
       Specify  what  file  to read configuration from. If not provided, docker-compose will look
       for docker-compose.yml in the current working directory, and then  each  parent  directory
       successively, until found.

   DOCKER_HOST
       Sets   the   URL   of   the  docker  daemon.  As  with  the  Docker  client,  defaults  to
       unix:///var/run/docker.sock.

   DOCKER_TLS_VERIFY
       When set to anything other than an  empty  string,  enables  TLS  communication  with  the
       daemon.

   DOCKER_CERT_PATH
       Configures  the path to the ca.pem, cert.pem, and key.pem files used for TLS verification.
       Defaults to ~/.docker.

SEE ALSO

       Full documentation for docker-compose at: <http://docs.docker.com/compose/>

AUTHOR

       This      manual      page      was      written       by       Dariusz       Dwornikowski
       <dariusz.dwornikowski@cs.put.poznan.pl>    based    on   the   official   docker   compose
       documentation.