xorinzor Posted November 11, 2021 Share Posted November 11, 2021 I've had a few occurrances lately where some of my docker containers would be stopped. Because after they were automatically updated, some of the port assignments that I removed came back. I found that this apparently has been discussed before, but there doesn't really seem to have been implemented a fix. Rather more of a workaround was discussed. Are there any plans on creating an actual fix for this? I don't want to create unnecessary port assignments to my docker containers just so they don't keep re-appearing and causing issues for my containers. Perhaps if a user removes a port, it should be marked as "deleted" in the template and thus should not re-appear even if there is an update for the template (this would require actually processing the template file and comparing changes during an update). If an actual solution (not a workaround) exists already I'd be happy to hear that too. Quote Link to comment
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