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isudoajl
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podman-compose run --rm <container_name> <commands>

Hello,

Current scenario: I use podman-compose to deploy a wordpress environment made up of 4 containers:

Perfect, up to here all good.

Is there any way  to execute podman-compose run --rm <container_name> <commands> but that ONLY execute the container and not all the docker-compose.yml file again?

I have seen in a video that with docker-compose it only execute the specified container and nothing else, it does not go through the entire docker-compose.yml file.

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