Issue type: General
OS Version/build: Linux ubuntu 16.04
Steps to reproduce: create some containers with your own user and from your homedir using docker-compose, move the docker-compose.yml file to another dir and try to docker-compose down–>up the containers
I’ve used docker-compose on a test environment, had my fun with it and got some containers up and running (wordpress, nginx, mariadb, trac). I’ve installed docker and docker-compose and used it to deply the containers from my own homedir and user.
Now I want to start working correctly and not lose any data, that means I need to migrate the docker-compose.yml file to a different location (say, /opt/docker) and the owner of the file should be “docker” user.
How do I do that without losing data and configurations? I can live with some downtime on the containers but I have worked on them for quite some time (me and my team)