Revert changes to a service’s configuration
Swarm This command works with the Swarm orchestrator.
docker service rollback [OPTIONS] SERVICE
API 1.29+ |
Exit immediately instead of waiting for the service to converge
| ||Suppress progress output|
|docker service||Manage services|
|docker service create||Create a new service|
|docker service inspect||Display detailed information on one or more services|
|docker service logs||Fetch the logs of a service or task|
|docker service ls||List services|
|docker service ps||List the tasks of one or more services|
|docker service rm||Remove one or more services|
|docker service rollback||Revert changes to a service’s configuration|
|docker service scale||Scale one or multiple replicated services|
|docker service update||Update a service|
Roll back a specified service to its previous version from the swarm. This command must be run targeting a manager node.
docker service rollback command to roll back to the previous version of a service. After executing this command, the service is reverted to the configuration that was in place before the most recent
docker service update command.
The following example creates a service with a single replica, updates the service to use three replicas, and then rolls back the service to the previous version, having one replica.
Create a service with a single replica:
$ docker service create --name my-service -p 8080:80 nginx:alpine
Confirm that the service is running with a single replica:
$ docker service ls ID NAME MODE REPLICAS IMAGE PORTS xbw728mf6q0d my-service replicated 1/1 nginx:alpine *:8080->80/tcp
Update the service to use three replicas:
$ docker service update --replicas=3 my-service $ docker service ls ID NAME MODE REPLICAS IMAGE PORTS xbw728mf6q0d my-service replicated 3/3 nginx:alpine *:8080->80/tcp
Now roll back the service to its previous version, and confirm it is running a single replica again:
$ docker service rollback my-service $ docker service ls ID NAME MODE REPLICAS IMAGE PORTS xbw728mf6q0d my-service replicated 1/1 nginx:alpine *:8080->80/tcp
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