Again, the documentation is straightforward. When starting the Hasura console from the CLI tool, you do need to disable the console from coming up in the docker-compose.yml file: HASURA_GRAPHQL_ENABLE_CONSOLE: “false”. Make that change and restart your Hasura docker-compose system.
Once the docker containers are back up and running, from the command line, execute the following: hasura init --directory hasura --endpoint http://localhost:8081. This will initialize a project directory for the Hasura CLI to run the console from. The project directory will be use to maintain migration YAML files for creating the database schema. Change directory to the hasura directory and start the Hasura console from the CLI: hasura console. If all goes well, the Hasura Console should come up in a browser window (that is started by the CLI).