teardown.sh - Teardown basic-network
How to run teardown.sh script to Teardown the Hyperledger Fabric example network, basic-network?
You can follow this tutorial to run teardown.sh script to Teardown the Hyperledger Fabric example network, basic-network.
1. Run teardown.sh script to remove containers and their images related to the basic-network:
$ cd ~/hyperledger-binaries/fabric-samples/basic-network $ ./teardown.sh Removing peer0.org1.example.com ... done Removing orderer.example.com ... done Removing couchdb ... done Removing ca.example.com ... done Removing network net_basic "docker rm" requires at least 1 argument. See 'docker rm --help'. Usage: docker rm [OPTIONS] CONTAINER [CONTAINER...] Remove one or more containers
Looks like we have a problem in the script.
2. Make sure Docker containers are removed:
$ docker ps -all
3. Make sure Docker images are removed:
$ docker images | grep fabric REPOSITORY TAG CREATED SIZE hyperledger/fabric-orderer 2.0.0 12 days ago 39.3MB hyperledger/fabric-peer 2.0.0 12 days ago 46.7MB hyperledger/fabric-couchdb latest 4 weeks ago 1.5GB hyperledger/fabric-ca latest 3 months ago 244MB
As you can see, the teardown.sh script did remove all containers. But it failed to remove images. See next tutorial on how to resolve this issue.
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