Looks to me like something changed with the
./volumes/db directory located on your dockerhost.
This is where all
/var/lib/postgresql/ files are exposed to.
You can check that in your
docker-compose.yml file as well:
So I’d check if
./volumes/db/ is existent
- you have enough diskspace on there
If you don’t care about any data-loss from database (i.e. you didn’t enter anything), I’d suggest to:
- stop the containers (
- remove the
./volumes/db directory on your dockerhost
- start containers (
docker-compose up -d)
metasfresh-docker_db_1 container starts up and it can’t find
/var/lib/postgresql/data it will automatically be created within the docker container with a vanilla metasfresh database.