Error: 'stack' is not a registered ee command. See 'ee help' for available commands


#1

Hi friends, good night!
I’m new to the forum and I hope someone can help me, because I’m already pulling my hair out of such sadness.

I migrated to v4 … but I have about 7 easy engine installed sites … a few days ago, all the sites went offline, and I do not know what’s happening, when they came in offilline in the past I rebooted and they came back from good, doing the checks php, ngnix, ect … but when I do the following message appears "Error: ‘stack’ is not a registered ee command. , Can someone help me? I’m new to this


#2

The command structure has changed in EE4. See here https://easyengine.io/commands

For example to restart a website and its services you would ee site restart domain.com – or to reload you would say reload instead of restart. It’s relatively straightforward just have a good read through the command structure and you’ll get the hang of it pretty quick.

You might want to brush up on the new site commands & its subdommands, as well as the new ee service commands and its subcommands.


#3


I did what you asked for, I was even happy when you sued, but you gave the following error


#4

Try removing the leftover containers

docker rm ....onlinecom_php_1
docker rm ....onlinecom_nginx_1

#5


no sucess :confused:


#6

Check for existing containers by docker ps -a


#7


#8

From your other screenshot, you typed in giftportalonlinecom.com_php instead of giftportalonlinecom_php

docker rm giftportalonlinecom_php_1
docker rm giftportalonlinecom_nginx_1

To list only those containers:

docker ps -a | grep giftportalonlinecom

#9

ooh understand!!!


#10

Can someone still help me?


#11

What are you trying to do and what error are you getting now?


#12

I am trying to reset using the ee stack restart command and gives the error message that is the title of the thread as I had already spoken


#13

Read the commands dude, https://easyengine.io/commands


#14

¬¬’
If I came here to ask for help, it’s because I’ve been there before.:face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#15

I am just saying that ee stack isn’t listed on there. Check the ee service page.


#16


#17

LOL hey @Drinko_Rodrigues
no need to paste the word page into your command Page he ment go that page.
You need to write in your command line:
ee service <Write Here Any Service You Want to interact with>
For an example, you want to restart your nginx-proxy, you need to type:

ee service restart nginx-proxy

this command will do what you wanted to do, will restart your Nginx proxy server.
If you follow a bit more the Docs in this page you can find more details.