If you are not planning on using Docker you can skip this section entirely.
If your system already has Docker (we recommend at least version 18.0) and Docker Compose installed, you can safely skip this.
You can checkout your Docker version by entering
docker-compose.yaml file describes the different services, networks and storage configurations, used to configure your Docker containers.
Refer to the Docker Compose documentation for a complete reference.
docker-compose rm --force --stop -v
docker-compose logs --follow --tail 20 # You can additionally filter by service; for example: docker-compose logs --follow --tail 20 server