Usage: pull [options] [SERVICE...] Options: --ignore-pull-failures Pull what it can and ignores images with pull failures. --parallel Deprecated, pull multiple images in parallel (enabled by default). --no-parallel Disable parallel pulling. -q, --quiet Pull without printing progress information --include-deps Also pull services declared as dependencies
Pulls an image associated with a service defined in a
docker-stack.yml file, but does not start containers based on those images.
For example, suppose you have this
docker-compose.yml file from the Quickstart: Compose and Rails sample.
version: '2' services: db: image: postgres web: build: . command: bundle exec rails s -p 3000 -b '0.0.0.0' volumes: - .:/myapp ports: - "3000:3000" depends_on: - db
If you run
docker-compose pull ServiceName in the same directory as the
docker-compose.yml file that defines the service, Docker pulls the associated image. For example, to call the
postgres image configured as the
db service in our example, you would run
docker-compose pull db.
$ docker-compose pull db Pulling db (postgres:latest)... latest: Pulling from library/postgres cd0a524342ef: Pull complete 9c784d04dcb0: Pull complete d99dddf7e662: Pull complete e5bff71e3ce6: Pull complete cb3e0a865488: Pull complete 31295d654cd5: Pull complete fc930a4e09f5: Pull complete 8650cce8ef01: Pull complete 61949acd8e52: Pull complete 527a203588c0: Pull complete 26dec14ac775: Pull complete 0efc0ed5a9e5: Pull complete 40cd26695b38: Pull complete Digest: sha256:fd6c0e2a9d053bebb294bb13765b3e01be7817bf77b01d58c2377ff27a4a46dc Status: Downloaded newer image for postgres:latest