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Docker network not found

 Docker network not found   Failed to remove network <id>: Error response from daemon: network <id> not foundFailed to remove some resources from stack: <name> When using docker network ls, the network is indeed not removed, however, docker network rm <id> always results in the following: Error response from daemon: network <id> not found 1. If you are attempting to add a container to an existing network that no longer exists, then you can use docker-compose up --force-recreate.  2. Inspect the network which we are unable to delete docker network inspect <id> or <name> Disconnect the network docker network disconnect -f <networkID> <endpointName> or <endpointId> Delete unused networks docker network prune docker system prune will remove 'all networks not used by at least one container' allowing them to be recreated next docker-compose up