Update a node
Swarm This command works with the Swarm orchestrator.
docker node update [OPTIONS] NODE
| ||Availability of the node (“active”|”pause”|”drain”)|
| ||Add or update a node label (key=value)|
| ||Remove a node label if exists|
| ||Role of the node (“worker”|”manager”)|
|docker node||Manage Swarm nodes|
|docker node demote||Demote one or more nodes from manager in the swarm|
|docker node inspect||Display detailed information on one or more nodes|
|docker node ls||List nodes in the swarm|
|docker node promote||Promote one or more nodes to manager in the swarm|
|docker node ps||List tasks running on one or more nodes, defaults to current node|
|docker node rm||Remove one or more nodes from the swarm|
|docker node update||Update a node|
Update metadata about a node, such as its availability, labels, or roles.
Add metadata to a swarm node using node labels. You can specify a node label as a key with an empty value:
$ docker node update --label-add foo worker1
To add multiple labels to a node, pass the
--label-add flag for each label:
$ docker node update --label-add foo --label-add bar worker1
When you create a service, you can use node labels as a constraint. A constraint limits the nodes where the scheduler deploys tasks for a service.
For example, to add a
type label to identify nodes where the scheduler should deploy message queue service tasks:
$ docker node update --label-add type=queue worker1
The labels you set for nodes using
docker node update apply only to the node entity within the swarm. Do not confuse them with the docker daemon labels for dockerd.
For more information about labels, refer to apply custom metadata.
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