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Update for docker container

Deprecation notice: From version 3 there files changing location, so you should change your volumes accordingly. Check passbolt docker release notes.

Every passbolt release comes with a container release. Passbolt containers have a image tag that contains the passbolt version so updating them is as easy as changing the image tag.

Of course depending on your container scheduler, or docker-compose you might need to restart the stack or perform some extra steps that are out of the scope of this help site.

As a example if you are running passbolt docker using the docker-compose files provided here you would just need to change the following line:

 image: passbolt/passbolt:<IMAGE_TAG>-debian

Where is the passbolt version that you want to use, for example `3.0.0` and relaunch your composer:

$ docker-compose up -d


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This article was last updated on February 9th, 2021.

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