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Portainer docker updaten 1.18 to 1.21?

How can I update portainer from 1.18 to 1.21.

Please share how your created it in the first place.

Also make sure to have at least one use with admin priviliges other than the admin account - on one of the image updates, the prviligies of our admin user were stripped and we had to manipulate the sqlite databae directly in order to regain permissions.

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version: ‘2’

services:
fhem:
restart: always
expose:
- “8083”
- “7072”
- “8383”
ports:
- “8383:8383”
- “8083:8083”
- “7072:7072”
- “8090:8090”

    build: fhem
    privileged: true
    devices:
      - "/dev/ttyUSB0:/dev/ttyUSB0"
    volumes:
        - ./fhem/core/:/opt/fhem/
        - /dev/serial/by-id:/dev/serial/by-id

    networks:
        - fhem-network
    depends_on:
        - "mysql"
        - "mqtt"
        - "smartvisu"


      

homebridge:
    restart: always
    image: oznu/homebridge
    volumes:
        - ./homebridge/config.json:/homebridge/config.json
        - ./homebridge/package.json:/homebridge/package.json
    environment:
        - TZ=Europe/Berlin
        - PGID=1000
        - PUID=1000
    network_mode: host
    depends_on:
        - "fhem"

habridge:
    restart: always
    build: habridge
    network_mode: host

mysql:
    restart: always
    expose:
        - "3306"
        - "33060"
    ports:
        - "3306:3306"
        - "33060:33060"
    image: mysql/mysql-server:5.7
    volumes:
        - ./mysql/init.sql:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/fhem-init.sql
        - ./mysql/data:/var/lib/mysql
    environment:
        - MYSQL_RANDOM_ROOT_PASSWORD=yes
    networks:
        - fhem-network

mqtt:
    restart: always
    expose:
        - "1883"
        - "9001"
    ports:
        - "1883:1883"
        - "9001:9001"
    image: toke/mosquitto
    networks:
        - fhem-network
    volumes:
        - ./mqtt/config/:/mqtt/config/
        - ./mqtt/log/:/mqtt/log/
        - ./mqtt/data/:/mqtt/data/

nodered:
    restart: always
    expose:
        - "1880"
    ports:
        - "1880:1880"
    image: nodered/node-red-docker:0.18.4
    volumes:
        - ./nodered/data/:/root/data/
    networks:
        - fhem-network
    depends_on:
        - "mqtt"


smartvisu:
    restart: always
    image: foxi352/smartvisu
    volumes:
        - ./fhem//core/www/smartvisu2.8/:/var/www/html
    ports: 
        - "8082:81"
    networks:
        - fhem-network



portainer:
    restart: always
    image: portainer/portainer
    volumes:
       - ./portainer/:/data
       - /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock
    ports:
       - "9000:9000"

magic_mirror:
    restart: always
    image: bastilimbach/docker-magicmirror
    expose:
        - "8080"
    ports:
        - "8080:8080"
    volumes:
        - ./magic_mirror/config:/opt/magic_mirror/config \
        - ./magic_mirror/modules:/opt/magic_mirror/modules \
        - ./magic_mirror/css:/opt/magic_mirror/css/custom.css \
    networks:
        - fhem-network

alexa:
   restart: always
   
   expose: 
        - "3000"
   ports:
        - "3000:3000"
   image: bananarama/x86-alexa-fhem:latest
  
   volumes:
        - ./alexa/config:/config
        
   networks:
        - fhem-network
   depends_on:
        - "fhem"

iobroker:
   restart: always      
   image: buanet/iobroker:latest
   volumes:
        - /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro
        - /root/docker/data/iobroker/iobroker:/opt/iobroker
        - /root/docker/data/iobroker/transfer:/tmp

   privileged: true
   tty: true
   ports:
        - "8084-8088:8084-8088"
   networks:
        - fhem-network

  
   Docker compose

networks:
fhem-network:
driver: bridge

If you change the image line to image: portainer/portainer:1.21.0 and perform a docker-compose up -d only your portainer container should be replaced with a new container based on the new image.

Anyhow, is there a reason that different unrelated services are in the same compose.yml? Since you didn’t specify any tags for most of your images, a docker-compose pull && docker-compose up -d would result in pulling the current latest image for all those images, which would end up replacing all their existing container instances with new containers based on their new latest image.

At least you should start using specifc tags for each image. This would allow to just change tags for single containers and just make those update with the next docker-compose up -d execution.

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