When you install a user-managed checkpoint a script is created and a scheduled task is setup that will update the checkpoint container every hour. If you need to update outside of this schedule, a manual update can be performed.
How to update manually?
First, make sure that the steps explained in Install a Docker checkpoint have been executed earlier.
- Open a PowerShell console in admin mode.
- Go to the folder where the docker-compose.yml file lives and execute the following commands.
docker-compose pullin the command-line.
docker-compose downin the command-line.
docker-compose upin the command-line.
During the update, your other private checkpoints will take over doing checks. The soon to be updated checkpoint does not need to be disabled for a successful update. As you should have at least one other checkpoint instance (again this is strongly recommended) you can update without having to make any other changes like disabling checkpoints, stopping monitors, etc.