I am new here and new to using Docker.
I have a Supermicro dual Xeon server (dual Xeon E5-2697A v4) system, with a Supermicro X10DRi-T4+ motherboard and 256 GB of DDR4-2400 ECC Reg RAM, running Proxmox 7.3-3.
I created an Ubuntu 18.04 LTS VM and I downloaded the Plex Media Server docker image and it was running fine for quite some time.
However, this morning, it looks like that there was an error or some kind of an issue with it, so I was going to try and restart the docker image using
docker-compose down and
docker-compose up -d.
But when I went to issue the
docker-compose down command, it said that it couldn’t remove the volume because it was “read only”?
My docker-compose.yml file is not set up where the Plex Media Server would have a read-only root filesystem (being a Plex Media Server docker, there is no real need for that).
I tried googling the issue, and most of what I found appears to be people asking how to configure their docker to be read only, rather than when you are trying to shutdown a docker container, and it saying that it can’t, because the root file system, somehow, for some reason, is in a read-only state.
If there is additional information that is needed by the team, please let me know what commands to run.
Again, I am new to this, so I am in the process of learning more about it.
Thank you for your help in advance.
My apologies for being such a n00b.
(I’m at work right now, so I am unable to post the exact error message, but I can do that when I get home from work, later on today.)