- Nov 17, 2020
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Is this true for the Docker version? Wouldn't it just create another container that would be visible in the GUI and easily stopped?Just remember that every time you do the run command it will create another instance of deepstack running in the background. which, if not closed properly, can slow things down a lot.
when i was trying to match up the ports to get things working, i accidentally had several instances going, and response time suffered until I ended the processes.