I'm using with_sequence to iteratively create copies of a container on a single node using ansible. The number of containers is determined by a variable set at the time of deploy. This works well for increasing the number of containers to scale up, but when I reduce the number to deploy less containers the old containers are left running. Is there a way to stop the old containers? Prune won't seem to work correctly since the old containers aren't stopped.
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