Provide a "Reset Containers/Image" button #1309

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errordeveloper opened this Issue Feb 16, 2017 · 6 comments

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Memory and CPU settings persisted on reset.

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Memory and CPU settings are reset and it take another restart to change these, easy to forget when resetting in anger.

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Part of the point of reset is total reset though; it is hard to tell what is "safe". What are you trying to reset in anger? eg you could just delete the qcow file to remove all Docker state without affecting host state...

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justincormack commented Feb 16, 2017

Part of the point of reset is total reset though; it is hard to tell what is "safe". What are you trying to reset in anger? eg you could just delete the qcow file to remove all Docker state without affecting host state...

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@errordeveloper based on @justincormack's comments I'm tempted to close as a wontfix.
Resetting in anger sucks - we know that - but what we want to do is to make it so you don't need to do it so often. A "Reset image/container storage" button might be the happy middle ground but I'll wait to hear from you to see what you think.

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dave-tucker commented Feb 16, 2017

@errordeveloper based on @justincormack's comments I'm tempted to close as a wontfix.
Resetting in anger sucks - we know that - but what we want to do is to make it so you don't need to do it so often. A "Reset image/container storage" button might be the happy middle ground but I'll wait to hear from you to see what you think.

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eg you could just delete the qcow file to remove all Docker state without affecting host state...

Ah, ok, that'll do 👍

Thanks @justincormack and @dave-tucker :)

errordeveloper commented Feb 17, 2017

eg you could just delete the qcow file to remove all Docker state without affecting host state...

Ah, ok, that'll do 👍

Thanks @justincormack and @dave-tucker :)

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A "Reset image/container storage" button might be the happy middle ground but I'll wait to hear from you to see what you think.

I think it'd be great to have this button.

A "Reset image/container storage" button might be the happy middle ground but I'll wait to hear from you to see what you think.

I think it'd be great to have this button.

@dave-tucker dave-tucker changed the title from Would be very nice to keep memory and CPU settings on reset to Provide a "Reset Containers/Image" button Feb 17, 2017

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Ok, it's now on the internal tracker tagged for attention from the UI team.
We'll post back here when we have an update!

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dave-tucker commented Feb 17, 2017

Ok, it's now on the internal tracker tagged for attention from the UI team.
We'll post back here when we have an update!

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