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Modify that line to include the names of the containers you want to auto update, noting that the names are case sensitive, for example, if your line looked like the above, and you wanted to add radarr4k and radarrhdr, it would now look like this:
No problem. I should have noted that this depends on the actual containers having the ":latest" or a dynamic tag vs a static build #. I believe they do by default, but you can check by going to portainer and opening a container, like radarr4k. Scroll down to the "image" section. It should say something like:
It's that ":latest" portion that you want to see, don't worry abou the @sha... portion, thats the hash signature of the current image. If it says something like "radarr:[email protected] " then it won't update with watchtower. If this is the case, click "Duplicate/Edit" on the container, under the "Image" section where it says something like:
you want to change it to:
Note the key part is the ":latest", each container will have a different begining portion prior to the ":latest" tag.
It's also worth noting if you ever get an update that breaks functionality, you can do this in reverse to try and resolve. i.e. if your latest tag takes you from v1.234 to v1.235, and something breaks, you can edit the container and change the ":latest" tag to the last known good version, such as :v1.234". Note my version tags in this post are just for example, the actual version tags to be used can be found at the containers repo site, however ":latest" is fairly universal across containers.