The image shown in the question looks weird as it looks like all the NV drivers installed are same on the same date. The best option is to uninstall the NV driver manually from Control Panel, select all the NV instances in the image above and remove them by clicking 'Delete Package'.

This web page documents how to use the sebp/elk Docker image, which provides a convenient centralised log server and log management web interface, by packaging Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana, collectively known as ELK.

You may however want to use a dedicated data volume to persist this log data, for instance to facilitate back-up and restore operations.

Access Kibana's web interface by browsing to if running a local native version of Docker, or the IP address of the virtual machine if running a VM-hosted version of Docker (see note).

Note – To configure and/or find out the IP address of a VM-hosted Docker installation, see (Windows) and (OS X) for guidance if using Boot2Docker.

will use , then click on "Create", and you're good to go.

By default, when starting a container, all three of the ELK services (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) are started.

as produced by Filebeat, see Forwarding logs with Filebeat) and that logs will be indexed with a when using Filebeat).

If you're using Docker Compose to manage your Docker services (and if not you really should as it will make your life much easier!Note – The log-emitting Docker container must have Filebeat running in it for this to work.First of all, create an isolated, user-defined FROM sebp/elk # overwrite existing file ADD /path/to/your-30/etc/logstash/conf.d/30# add new file ADD /path/to/new-12/etc/logstash/conf.d/12— which is the directory that Elasticsearch stores its data in — as a volume.The ones that are old, you can safely remove them by delete. This way, if a driver is in use, it wouldn't be deleted.You can do that for the devices that are active such as Nvidai GPU, which you can be sure of being used by launching Nv Control Panel. I didn't need to use "force" for this so I'm happy those weren't in use.