Thursday, 10 March 2016
Basic docker commands
It checks for all modifications in Docker container’s file system.
It displays history of image.
It is helpful in retrieving real time events of server.
It is used in loading images form tar files.
It is useful to list out all possible images.
It is helpful to register and login from registry server of Docker.
It is used for looking up NAT-ed to PRIVATE_PORT. NAT-ed is the public port.
It is helpful in killing the recently running container.
It is used to copy files as well as folders to host system from file system of docker container.
It is used to insert files in docker image.
It is used to display the entire system details.
It is used in creating a new file system from tarball contents.
It is used to return low-level data from docker container.
It is helpful to build Docker containers from the Docker files.
It is used to attach things for runnable container.
It is used to create docker images through docker container’s changes.
It is helpful in tagging docker images to docker repositories.
It is helpful to stream Docker container’s contents as archive (tar archive).
It is used for looking-up recently executing processes of docker containers.
It is used to fetch docker image or docker repository from the registry server.
It would block the running until the Docker containers stop and then the exit code is printed.
It will display docker’s version information.
It is helpful in restarting the Docker containers.
It pushes or inserts image or repository to registry server of Docker.
It is used to stop currently running Docker container.
It is used to initiate the stopped container.
It is used in browsing or searching docker images through docker index.
It is used in removing one or multiple Docker containers.
It is helpful in listing all possible Docker containers available.
It is helpful in removing one or multiple Docker images.
It is helpful in saving Docker images in tar file.
It is helpful in running docker commands in container.
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