How to disable services/containers

Hello there! Is there any (hopefully easy, if not, its also ok) way to disable services? I had 17GB of free space available before installing devilbox, after deploying it through docker I got 8.6GB of free space available, that seems way too much for few containers. Also, for performance purposes I would like to disable some services like postgres, redis, mongo, memcached. It doesn’t make much sense to have two db engines: maria db and postgres running at the same time.

I could not find within the documentation any info regarding turning off/disabling services.

Thank you in advance!
Juan Pablo

Just specify what you want docker-compose -d up httpd php mysql dns (for example).

Thanks, but that would be kinda annoying, specifying what services to run every single time you run Devilbox. There’s no config file where this can be configured?

I just put the command in a bash script with my default services under ~/bin/ and also added a script to kill and remove the containers and one to give me a shell in the php container from anywhere on the filesystem.

I think there’s a post where some people disabled services in the docker-compose.yml file but I didn’t want to do that. A simple one line script works for me. :slight_smile:

Thank you very much for your help! :slight_smile: