4.4. Disconnect Container from Fabric
Use the command
Container containerName will be disconnected from Fabric. This operation is not reversible. Do you want to proceed? (yes/no): yes Container containerName will leave Fabric and restart - cleanup will be done asynchronously.
Table 4.1. fabric:leave Validation
fabric:leave Container is part of the ensemble. It can't be disconnected from fabric.
|In this case, you will not be able to disconnect the container.|
fabric:leave xyz Container xyz does not exist.
|Check your spelling of the container to be sure you put in the right container name.|
fabric:leave child Container was created using Fabric. Please use fabric:container-delete command instead.
|As the container did not join the fabric using the join command, use the suggested method to disconnect the container.|
fabric:leave joined Container joined has dependent containers ([child]). Can't disconnect it. Please remove its child containers first.
|Remove the child containers before attempting to disconnect the desired container.|