Error after updating docker

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I updated docker to 1.1.01 and keep getting the following error:

Error response from daemon: client and server don't have same version (client : 1.13, server: 1.12)
Jan 8 in Docker by Ali
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Hey @Ali, try switching to 1.0.1 and let me know if you're still getting this error. You get this error when you've updated your docker but not your services. So the easiest solution is to downgrade your docker version. You can also update your services.

Restart your services

service docker restart
answered Jan 8 by Vikas

selected Jan 8 by Kalgi
Yeah I do not see the error anymore. Thanks
Why does this error occur though?
You get this error when you've updated your docker but not your services. So the easiest solution is to downgrade your docker version. You can also update your services.
Hey @Vikas, edit your answer with the above explanation for a better understanding of other readers. Thank you
@kalgi @vikas,  So what if i don't want to downgrade my Docker? How will i update my services with this version itself?

Hey @Vardhan, If you don't want to downgrade your docker, you upgrade your services using the docker service update command

syntax:

docker service update service-name
Thanks for the reply. I've another doubt:-
Will updating services lead to re-initializing of running services in the cluster or does something else happen? I just want a little more clarity in this concept.

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