If you want to update Vessel from an older version, or burn it all down and start over, read on here!

Updating Vessel

Updating Vessel involves a steps around getting the latest pubslished assets from the Vessel package, and rebuilding your containers if needed.

1. Update the Composer Package

You can simply update all your packages to the latest:

./vessel composer update

If there's a new major version of Vessel, you can remove the old and install the new. For example, to update from Vessel 1.x to 2.0:

./vessel composer remove shipping-docker/vessel
./vessel composer require shipping-docker/vessel:~2.0

2. Publish Latest Vessel Files

Vessel's published assets may be updated as well, so you can get the latest by deleting the old and re-publishing the new ones:

# Delete the "vessel" command
rm vessel
# Delete docker-compose.yml and the docker directory
rm -rf docker*

Then you can re-publish the new Vessel files:

# Note vessel isn't available to use here at this point
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Vessel\VesselServiceProvider"

Note: If you have customized Vessel files, you'll need to save those customizations and re-implement them into the latest Vessel files.

3. Re-initialize Vessel

bash vessel init

4. Optional: Rebuild Containers

Updates may make changes to the containers themselves. If you want to rebuild your containers, you can do the following without losing any MySQL or Redis data:

# Ensure containers are not running
./vessel down

# Delete the Docker images built previously
docker image rm vessel/app
docker image rm vessel/node

# Rebuild the images
./vessel build

# Start Vessel back up
./vessel start

Rebuilding the containers may take a few minutes, especially with a slower internet connection.

Resetting Vessel

If you need or want a completely fresh start from Vessel, here's how!

1. Ensure all instances of Vessel are stopped

You may have multiple projets running with Vessel - ensure each are stopped:

# See what containers are running globally:
docker ps

# Head to each Vessel instance running and stop them
cd ~/Path/To/Project
./vessel down

2. Delete Vessel Images, Update Official Images

Vessel creates 2 images and uses 2 other images from Docker Hub. Here we'll delete the Vessel images and pull down the latest images for the others:

# Delete Vessel-built images
docker image rm vessel/node
docker image rm vessel/app

# Pull down latest base images
docker pull ubuntu:18.04
docker pull mysql:5.7
docker pull node:latest

3. Delete Old Data

Assuming you want to delete your old MySQL and Redis data as well, you can here. If you don't want to delete that data, you can skip this step.

To delete your data, we need to find your created Volumes and remove them:

# Find vessel volumes
docker volume ls

# Remove any you want (ending in *_vesselmysql or *_vesselredis)
docker volume rm foo_vesselmysql
docker volume rm foo_vesselredis

# Or delete all volumes ever created:
##    You're deleting all redis/mysql data for every project!
docker volume rm (docker volume ls -q)

4. Rebuild Images

You can then head to any project with Vessel in it and rebuild the images used by Vessel.

cd ~/Path/To/Project
./vessel build

Building can take a few minutes, depending on internet speed.

If you want to update to refresh the Vessel files, you can follow the steps from the Updating docs above.