docker-proxy port in use

Quick one: you’re starting a container through docker-compose and it says a port is in use. You “netstat -plutn” it and find out, that port is in use by docker-proxy.

Github user rdavaillaud knows what’s going on:

  • stop docker
  • remove all internal docker network: rm /var/lib/docker/network/files/
  • start docker

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