July 12, 2020•330 words
Create a Container
docker create <image name>
Obs: Returns the container id.
Start a Container
docker start - a <container id>
Obs: The "-a" shows the output of the container in the terminal.
Creating And Running a Container from an Image
docker run <image name> <command>
Obs: Once you created a container with a command, you can not override it.
List Running Containers
List All Containers Ever Created
docker ps --all
Restarting Stopped Containers
docker start -a <container id>
Removing Stopped Containers
docker system prune
Retrieving Log Outputs
docker logs <container id>
This will not re-running or re-starting the container, but will retrieve all the information that has been emitted from it.
docker stop <container id> docker Kill <container id>
When using stop, docker gives enough time for the container to shut down properly. (After 10 seconds, it will emit the kill command if the container doesn't stop). The kill command, stop it immediately.
Execute an additional command in a container
docker exec -it <container id> <command>
Run this command while the container is running.
Open a shell in the context of a running container
docker exec -it <container id> sh
Tip: To exit try ctr+c, if it doesn't work, try ctr+d or type "exit"
Its also possible to use:
docker run it <image name> sh
This will run the shell before the default container's commands
Tagging a image
docker build -t <your docker id> / <project name> : version (or latest) <project directory>
docker-compose up -d --build
Launch Containers in the background
docker-compose up -d
Check Container Status