Portainer duplicate edit missing

STEP 2: OPEN A NEW TERMINAL. Secondly, we will use an HTTP Proxy to access the Kubernetes API. The proxy server allows us to explore the kubernetes API using curl , wget, or a browser. We can do this by running the following command on a new terminal: [[email protected] ~]$ kubectl proxy Starting to serve on 127.0.0.1:8001.2.5.0 Known issues Unable to deploy stack templates (Standalone / Swarm endpoints) We've identified an issue where users cannot deploy stack templates, either on Docker standalone and Swarm endpoints, and we've referenced it here: #5103 If you're relying on the stack template deployment feature, we recommend you to not upgrade to this version of Portainer yet.New release portainer/portainer version 2.0.0 Release 2.0.0 on GitHub. ... Disabled ability for a regular user to re-create/edit/duplicate containers if a related security setting is enabled: #4069. Kubernetes: ... Add missing s to the command copied by the edge endpoint copy command button: #3880.Use Case: Using Portainer at the university. Question: When I start a container with the "Auto remove" option set to on, the "Duplicate/Edit" button is missing on the container overview panel. I am probably missing something here. chriskacerguis opened this issue on Oct 18, 2018 · 8 comments · Fixed by #2564 chriskacerguis commented on Oct 18, 2018 Go to an existing container. Click on "Duplicate / Edit" Make a change (I usually change a label or env var) Click "Deploy the Container" Click "Replace" on the dialog See error. Portainer version: 1.19.2The number of mentions indicates the total number of mentions that we've tracked plus the number of user suggested alternatives. Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub.Growth - month over month growth in stars. Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.Hi, I'm still using Portainer 1.15.3 so I'm not sure if the issue is already solved; if a Container-owner (!isAdmin) duplicates/edit a Container, then the Ownership of all Users are removed. Team-Ownership stay the same for this container.New release portainer/portainer version 2.0.0 Release 2.0.0 on GitHub. ... Disabled ability for a regular user to re-create/edit/duplicate containers if a related security setting is enabled: #4069. Kubernetes: ... Add missing s to the command copied by the edge endpoint copy command button: #3880.As a Portainer Business Edition customer, you can log tickets directly with our team via emailor filling out the Request Support form. You can report a bug, ask a question, tell us about an issue with documentation, or request a feature. Tickets are checked and resolved by Portainer staff within the SLA. Next What's new in version 2.13Previously I used the portainer to manage the swarm via the 2375 port. After upgraded to 1.17.0, I notice the agent feature and I deployed this stack in the swarm: version : '3' services : portainer - agent : image : portainer / agent environment : AGENT_CLUSTER_ADDR : tasks . agent volumes : - / var / run / docker . sock : / var / run / docker ...If there are multiple networks and only one can be joined during creation (as portainer offers), the others should be joined after the container is recreated; I did not test it with previous versions. Technical details: Portainer version: 1.15.4; Target Docker version (the host/cluster you manage): 17.05.-ce; Platform (windows/linux): Ubuntu ...And clicked the Duplicate/Edit button Clicked Env tab Changed a value Clicked Start container button I checked this sentence and clicked Replace. A container with the same name already exists. Portainer can automatically remove it and re-create one. Do you want to replace it?Using your own SSL certificate with Portainer. Using Portainer with reverse proxies. Helm chart configuration options. Kubernetes roles and bindings. Deprecated and removed features. API. Accessing the Portainer API. API documentation. API usage examples. Get More Help. ... Edit on GitHub ...Fixed missing operator role when migrating from 1.x. ... Fixed bug that was preventing ability to edit application with persisted folder on Kubernetes. Release 2.12.0. Breaking changes. ... Removed the ability to edit the Portainer container: portainer/portainer#5121 ...Enabling the Force HTTPS only option (either via the toggle in Settings or via the --http-disabled command line option) disables logging into Portainer via HTTP. If your HTTPS setup is misconfigured (for example a malformed or missing certificate chain) this can result in you being locked out of Portainer.Within this /data path you will find all the docker-compose files. If you need to reinstall, you point the /data to the same directory and the stacks with the docker-compose files are available. for the moment I will make a backup of / var / lib / docker / volumes / portainer_data / while waiting for the feature to exist in portainer.But i dont have a "Edit" Button. Only "Duplicate/Edit". i can add the Volume, but i dont see a "Save" Button. at the top: Caution. The new container may fail to start if the image is changed, and settings from the previous container aren't compatible. Common causes include entrypoint, cmd or other settings set by an image.Use Case: Using Portainer at the university. Question: When I start a container with the "Auto remove" option set to on, the "Duplicate/Edit" button is missing on the container overview panel. I am probably missing something here. When you install Portainer CE 2.6 there will be a matching Agent version 2.6 available. If you already have a Portainer instance 2.5.1 running, you'll need to set up the Agent version 2.5.1. This helps to remove confusion around version compatibilities when installing particular instances and when updating versions.I've tried Duplicate/Edit from within Portainer, but the container doesn't start back up, and the changes don't stick. I'm trying to add the "--no-auth" command to the configuration to disable authentication because I intend to use http auth instead. Thanks. Quote; gderf. Enlightened. Reactions Received 964Abstract. This article details how to setup a secure, relatively hassle free home server environment, with secure remote access, using a combination of popular free, open source software (FOSS) - namely OpenMediaVault (OMV), Docker, Portainer, Traefik, LetsEncrypt - along with some useful containers (like pihole and Fail2Ban) - and then top it ...Ombi allows Plex users to request media to the owner of the media server or even automatically download them. To reverse proxy Ombi behind Traefik, here is the code to add (copy-paste) in the docker-compose file (pay attention to blank spaces at the beginning of each line): 1. 2. 3.Simply select it, and then click 'Start'. It should then run without any issues. The final step for this section is configuring the hostname for each Supabase service. From the containers menu item in the Portainers dashboard, select each Supabase container. Click on 'Duplicate/edit' near the top of the page.The steps to recreate the docker image file are: Go to Settings->Docker in the Unraid GUI. Set the Enable Docker option to No and click Apply to stop the docker service. Select the option to delete the Docker vdisk file and click apply (you can also delete this file manually if you prefer).Use sudo systemctl edit portainer to set the BIND environment variable with an ... [main,compose] [message: binary is missing, falling-back to compose plugin] [error: docker-compose binary not found]" Oct 30 20:18:15 my_hostname systemd[1]: portainer.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE Oct 30 20:18:15 my_hostname systemd ...Use docker inspect to find entrypoint, (named Path in some versions) Create a clone of the using docker run. Enter clone using docker exec -ti bash (if *nix container) Locate entrypoint file location by looking though the clone to find. Copy the old entrypoint script using docker cp : ./.Within this /data path you will find all the docker-compose files. If you need to reinstall, you point the /data to the same directory and the stacks with the docker-compose files are available. for the moment I will make a backup of / var / lib / docker / volumes / portainer_data / while waiting for the feature to exist in portainer.It's all going fine up to the point where I need to modify an existing container to use the VPN. When I select duplicate/edit, make my changes and redeploy the system just hangs on 'redeployment in progress' and never completes. If I go to the containers page, and check the settings, they have all reverted. Any idea what the issue could be?One example is using the env_file command. Just to show you how a "stack" (or how it's called a "project") crated via command line looks like on the Portainer end. "Stack" created using docker-compose command line. Clear notice that control over the stack will be limited. If we compare the images you will notice that the stack tools are missing.In Portainer, you can mount an NFS volume to persist the data of your containers. From the menu select Volumes then click Add volume. Complete the information in the Create volume screen, using the table below as a guide. Field/Option. ... Edit on GitHub. Contents. Adding a local volume.Ombi allows Plex users to request media to the owner of the media server or even automatically download them. To reverse proxy Ombi behind Traefik, here is the code to add (copy-paste) in the docker-compose file (pay attention to blank spaces at the beginning of each line): 1. 2. 3.It's all going fine up to the point where I need to modify an existing container to use the VPN. When I select duplicate/edit, make my changes and redeploy the system just hangs on 'redeployment in progress' and never completes. If I go to the containers page, and check the settings, they have all reverted. Any idea what the issue could be?Open control panel, go to User, highlight the main user (the user you normally login as), and click the Edit button. Then go to the permissions tab and enable Read/Write for the user on the Docker shared folder, as shown below. ... The workaround is to manually create the missing folder and portainer should start right up. I could not figure ...Hi, I'm still using Portainer 1.15.3 so I'm not sure if the issue is already solved; if a Container-owner (!isAdmin) duplicates/edit a Container, then the Ownership of all Users are removed. Team-Ownership stay the same for this container.3. Next, edit open the docker-compose.yml file with your favorite editor and comment out the environment section in the docker-compose.yml from the previous section. Add the code below to set default values for the environment variables in the Compose file. Docker sets the values via the command line or by reading files, such as the .env file in the example.Using portainer-ce now, and the issue is still there. The Container CMDs are still displayed the same, as in my initial post. However, the formatting of the command has changed in the duplicate/edit "Command" field. I still change: 'envsubst to "envsubst The end of the command is now: daemon' 'off;' which I change to 'daemon off;'"Next, we can run the command below to pass the variables in the .env file we just created. $ docker run --name postgresql --env-file .env -d postgres. Docker compose. Some people prefer not to launch Docker containers directly with the docker run command. They opt to use a docker-compose file instead to pass the environment variables.Fixed missing operator role when migrating from 1.x. ... Fixed bug that was preventing ability to edit application with persisted folder on Kubernetes. Release 2.12.0. Breaking changes. ... Removed the ability to edit the Portainer container: portainer/portainer#5121 ...And clicked the Duplicate/Edit button Clicked Env tab Changed a value Clicked Start container button I checked this sentence and clicked Replace. A container with the same name already exists. Portainer can automatically remove it and re-create one. Do you want to replace it?Use Case: Using Portainer at the university. Question: When I start a container with the "Auto remove" option set to on, the "Duplicate/Edit" button is missing on the container overview panel. I am probably missing something here. If so, you can find the legacy context menu by right-clicking and selecting "Show More Options.". Or you can select an item and press Shift+F10 on your keyboard. After you select "Show More Options," the Windows 10-style context menu will appear, with all the classic options, including text labels for operations like "Copy" and ...In Portainer, you can mount an NFS volume to persist the data of your containers. From the menu select Volumes then click Add volume. Complete the information in the Create volume screen, using the table below as a guide. Field/Option. ... Edit on GitHub. Contents. Adding a local volume.Aditional. Even editing a containers exposed port and redeploing it has the same behavior. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: deviantony added kind/bug area/container-creation area/container-duplicate-edit bug/need-confirmation labels on Dec 19, 2018.Looks like portainer-update is missing a Code of Conduct. Embed Package Health Score Badge. package health package health 42/100 42/100. Copy Markdown ... The username of the user which will update the stack ==The user need the permission to edit the stack== X--password: Portainer Password: This tool is for use in CiCD pipelines so please ...New release portainer/portainer version 2.0.0 Release 2.0.0 on GitHub. ... Disabled ability for a regular user to re-create/edit/duplicate containers if a related security setting is enabled: #4069. Kubernetes: ... Add missing s to the command copied by the edge endpoint copy command button: #3880.STEP 2: OPEN A NEW TERMINAL. Secondly, we will use an HTTP Proxy to access the Kubernetes API. The proxy server allows us to explore the kubernetes API using curl , wget, or a browser. We can do this by running the following command on a new terminal: [[email protected] ~]$ kubectl proxy Starting to serve on 127.0.0.1:8001.Yes, there's no other way to get that. If you want to edit env on your container using portainer just simply click your container > Duplicate/Edit > Scroll down and click ENV > edit or add your environment variable > Deploy the container. It will re-create the container with new env var.Yes, there's no other way to get that. If you want to edit env on your container using portainer just simply click your container > Duplicate/Edit > Scroll down and click ENV > edit or add your environment variable > Deploy the container. It will re-create the container with new env var.But i dont have a "Edit" Button. Only "Duplicate/Edit". i can add the Volume, but i dont see a "Save" Button. at the top: Caution. The new container may fail to start if the image is changed, and settings from the previous container aren't compatible. Common causes include entrypoint, cmd or other settings set by an image.When you install Portainer CE 2.6 there will be a matching Agent version 2.6 available. If you already have a Portainer instance 2.5.1 running, you'll need to set up the Agent version 2.5.1. This helps to remove confusion around version compatibilities when installing particular instances and when updating versions.As a Portainer Business Edition customer, you can log tickets directly with our team via emailor filling out the Request Support form. You can report a bug, ask a question, tell us about an issue with documentation, or request a feature. Tickets are checked and resolved by Portainer staff within the SLA. Next What's new in version [email protected]: and dose not show up when doing docker psIf there are multiple networks and only one can be joined during creation (as portainer offers), the others should be joined after the container is recreated; I did not test it with previous versions. Technical details: Portainer version: 1.15.4; Target Docker version (the host/cluster you manage): 17.05.-ce; Platform (windows/linux): Ubuntu ...When you install Portainer CE 2.6 there will be a matching Agent version 2.6 available. If you already have a Portainer instance 2.5.1 running, you'll need to set up the Agent version 2.5.1. This helps to remove confusion around version compatibilities when installing particular instances and when updating versions.Copy IMAGE ID for later use.. Step 2: Deploy the Container. Add the IMAGE ID to the command that will create a container based on the image:. sudo docker run -it cf0f3ca922e0 bin/bash. The -it options instruct the container to launch in interactive mode and enable a terminal typing interface. Upon executing the command, a new container launches and moves you to a new shell prompt for working ...From the menu select Containers, select the container you want to duplicate then click Duplicate/Edit. Make the required changes to the container configuration, making sure you enter a new container name in order to create a duplicate. Abstract. This article details how to setup a secure, relatively hassle free home server environment, with secure remote access, using a combination of popular free, open source software (FOSS) - namely OpenMediaVault (OMV), Docker, Portainer, Traefik, LetsEncrypt - along with some useful containers (like pihole and Fail2Ban) - and then top it ...Create a container. Here is how you can create a container in a specific endpoint using the Portainer HTTP API as a gateway. This query will create a new Docker container inside the endpoint using the ID 1. The container will be named web01, use the nginx:latest Docker image and publish the container port 80 on via the 8080 port on the host.Container Management Made Easy Portainer is a Universal Container Management System. It helps you configure, monitor and secure containers across Docker, Kubernetes, Swarm and Nomad environments. REQUEST A DEMO Get started for free The most popular container management platform in the world, with more than 650,000 users and 21,700 GitHub stars.portainer-app | 2017/11/12 15:01:54 Warning: the --templates / -t flag is deprecated and will be removed in future versions. portainer-app | 2017/11/12 15:01:54 Starting Portainer 1.15.1 on :9000 I should be able to access portainer on port 9000, but nothing happens here.Aditional. Even editing a containers exposed port and redeploing it has the same behavior. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: deviantony added kind/bug area/container-creation area/container-duplicate-edit bug/need-confirmation labels on Dec 19, 2018.yes, portainer disables recreate/duplicate/edit option when a container is set to autoremove . reference #3247 hope it helps Author FrederikAdebahr commented on Mar 4 Hi, thanks for the info! Closing this as my question has been answered. FrederikAdebahr closed this on Mar 4 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub .With the Container deployed by the latest version of the image, please refer to the followings steps to upgrade as the latest version of the image in Portainer. STEP 1 Using Nextcloud as an example, select Nextcloud under Containers and stop it. STEP 2 Click Nextcloud to update it. Click on Recreate. STEP [email protected] regarding "Check if Disable container capabilities for non-administrators toggle is enabled".. I recently updated portainer to 2.6.1. However, the users reported the missing recreate/duplicate/edit feature. I probably have to set the "Disable container capabilities for non-administrators" slider, as seen in your screenshot.portainer-app | 2017/11/12 15:01:54 Warning: the --templates / -t flag is deprecated and will be removed in future versions. portainer-app | 2017/11/12 15:01:54 Starting Portainer 1.15.1 on :9000 I should be able to access portainer on port 9000, but nothing happens here.portainer-app | 2017/11/12 15:01:54 Warning: the --templates / -t flag is deprecated and will be removed in future versions. portainer-app | 2017/11/12 15:01:54 Starting Portainer 1.15.1 on :9000 I should be able to access portainer on port 9000, but nothing happens here.Portainer installation depends on a number of things. This includes the installation environment (Docker Standalone, Docker Swarm, Kubernetes) and the platform that the environment runs on (Linux, Windows, Serverless). ... edit the -p parameter of your docker run command to suit. For example, if you wanted Portainer to listen on port 443 ...Click into the container, and there's an option to duplicate / edit. Click that, and you have the 'env' tab at the bottom of the page 1 Reply Share ReportSaveFollow level 2 Op· 1 yr. ago Thats a step in the right direction, thanks. I can now see my env variables listed in the container's environments:block of it's compose file.As a Portainer Business Edition customer, you can log tickets directly with our team via emailor filling out the Request Support form. You can report a bug, ask a question, tell us about an issue with documentation, or request a feature. Tickets are checked and resolved by Portainer staff within the SLA. Next What's new in version 2.13Copy IMAGE ID for later use.. Step 2: Deploy the Container. Add the IMAGE ID to the command that will create a container based on the image:. sudo docker run -it cf0f3ca922e0 bin/bash. The -it options instruct the container to launch in interactive mode and enable a terminal typing interface. Upon executing the command, a new container launches and moves you to a new shell prompt for working ...Use sudo systemctl edit portainer to set the BIND environment variable with an ... [main,compose] [message: binary is missing, falling-back to compose plugin] [error: docker-compose binary not found]" Oct 30 20:18:15 my_hostname systemd[1]: portainer.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE Oct 30 20:18:15 my_hostname systemd ...When you install Portainer CE 2.6 there will be a matching Agent version 2.6 available. If you already have a Portainer instance 2.5.1 running, you'll need to set up the Agent version 2.5.1. This helps to remove confusion around version compatibilities when installing particular instances and when updating versions. 10l_2ttl