I ran launcher cleanup a week or so ago (./launcher cleanup). Today I used launcher for the first time since and got:
./launcher WARNING: We are about to start downloading the Discourse base image This process may take anywhere between a few minutes to an hour, depending on your network speed Please be patient Unable to find image 'discourse/discourse:1.3.5' locally 1.3.5: Pulling from discourse/discourse Digest: sha256:a3fffe0bc4a462c52429e4986932a1733be384f9211e7e48f14864bd9306fb53 Status: Downloaded newer image for discourse/discourse:1.3.5
and since I didn’t know where this could be going I hit control-C at this point. Should I just let this run?
PS I do have 1.3.5 in fact. 11 days ago is probably when I did the cleanup.
# docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED VIRTUAL SIZE local_discourse/app latest 0bab02d52341 7 days ago 1.65 GB discourse/discourse 1.3.5 857ef7ee248e 11 days ago 1.501 GB samsaffron/docker-gc latest c8534add8475 7 months ago 57.64 MB
If I do ./launcher command app --skip-prereqs I can still run the other launcher commands now on the currently running container.
PPS Hey it looks like all is fine now… I did ./launcher again and no warning message. I guess it was just a glitch.