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Docker compose containers can not start after restart docker service. Network not found error

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(Jbacardit) #1

I’m using docker for windows (Version 18.03.0-ce-win59 (16762)) in a windows 10 pro. All the containers run ok after running the command docker-compose -up -d . The problem is when I restart the docker service. Then, once restarted, all the containers are stoped and when I run the command docker-compose start the following error is shown:

Error response from daemon: network ccccccccccccc not found

I don’t know what’s happening. When I run the container using run and the --restart=always option everything works as expected. No error is shown on restart.

This is the docker-compose file:

version: '3'

services:
  service_1:
    image: image1
    restart: always
    build:
      context: C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo2
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
      args:
        ENTRY: "1"
    volumes:
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo1:C:/foo1
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo2:C:/foo2
  service_2:
    image: image2
    restart: always
    build:
      context: C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo2
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
      args:
        ENTRY: "2"
    volumes:
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo1:C:/foo1
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo2:C:/foo2
  service_3:
    image: image3
    restart: always
    build:
      context: C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo2
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
      args:
        ENTRY: "4"
    volumes:
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo1:C:/foo1
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/foo2:C:/foo2

The dockerfiles are like this:

FROM microsoft/dotnet-framework:3.5

ARG ENTRY
ENV my_env=$ENTRY

WORKDIR C:\\foo2

ENTRYPOINT C:/foo2/app.exe %my_env%

(Jbacardit) #2

I found a possible solution editing the docker-compose.yml file as follows:

version: '3'

services:
  cm04:
    image: tnc530_cm04
    networks:
      - test
    privileged: false
    restart: always
    build:
      context: C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/adontec/LSV2_Lib/Heidenhain/TNC530
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
      args:
        ENTRY: "1"
    volumes:
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/sqlite:C:/sqlite
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/adontec/LSV2_Lib/Heidenhain/TNC530/bin/x86/Release:C:/adontec
  cm06:
    image: tnc620_cm06
    networks:
      - test
    privileged: false
    restart: always
    build:
      context: C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/adontec/LSV2_Lib/Heidenhain/TNC620
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
      args:
        ENTRY: "2"
    volumes:
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/sqlite:C:/sqlite
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/adontec/LSV2_Lib/Heidenhain/TNC620/bin/x86/Release:C:/adontec
  cm08:
    image: tnc620_cm08
    networks:
      - test
    privileged: false
    restart: always
    build:
      context: C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/adontec/LSV2_Lib/Heidenhain/TNC620
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
      args:
        ENTRY: "4"
    volumes:
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/sqlite:C:/sqlite
      - C:/ProgramData/Docker/volumes/adontec/LSV2_Lib/Heidenhain/TNC620/bin/x86/Release:C:/adontec

networks:
  test:
    external:
      name: nat

As you can see I created a network called test linked with the external network nat. Now, when I restart the docker services the containers are started with no errors.