systemctl start picinch When issued the first time, sets up the database, creates the directories to hold content and certificates (in
/srv/picinch/), and starts PicInch. On later invocations, just starts PicInch as a service.
systemctl stop picinch Stops the PicInch service.
docker-compose logs --tail=100 View the last e.g. 100 entries in application logs.
Look here for any startup errors, as well as details of security threats.
To pull updated images from Docker Hub:
docker-compose pullto fetch updated images from Docker Hub.
For new features, check Docker Hub for an
inchworks/picinch image tagged
2.0 etc, and edit
docker-compose.yml to match. A different major version number for PicInch indicates that configuration changes will be needed.
If for any reason you do not want to run PicInch as a service, you can also start it from
/srv/picinch with the command
docker-compose up, and stop it with
If you wish to delete all site content and start again, stop the server, delete
/srv/picinch/photos, and restart the server.