Common related commands
Container lifecycle management
Docker run: create a new container and run a command
Docker start: start one or more containers that have been stopped
Docker stop: stops a running container
Docker restart: restart the container
Docker kill: kill a running container.
Docker RM: Deletes one or more containers.
Docker pause: pauses all processes in the container.
Docker unpause: recover all processes in the container.
Docker create: creates a new container without starting it
Docker exec: execute commands in the running container
Docker PS: List containers
Docker inspect: get the metadata of the container / image.
Run the doc command in the container to view the parameters of the doc process.
Docker attach: connect to a running container.
Docker events: get real-time events from the server
Docker logs: get the logs of the container
Docker wait: block the operation until the container stops, and then print out its exit code.
Docker export: export the file system as a tar archive to stdout.
Docker port: list the port mapping of the specified container, or find the port that will be private_ Port NAT to public facing port.
Container rootfs command
Docker commit: create a new image from the container
Docker CP: used for copying data between containers and hosts.
Docker diff: check for changes to the file structure in the container.
Docker login: log in to a docker image warehouse. If no image warehouse address is specified, the default is the official warehouse docker hub
Docker logout: log out of a docker image warehouse. If no image warehouse address is specified, the default is the official warehouse docker hub
Docker pull: pull or update the specified image from the image warehouse
Docker push: to upload the local image to the image warehouse, log in to the image warehouse first
Docker search: find images from docker hub
Local image management
Docker images: lists the local images.
Docker RMI: delete one or more local images.
Docker tag: mark the local image and classify it into a warehouse.
The docker build command is used to create an image using dockerfile.
Docker history: view the creation history of the specified image.
Docker save: saves the specified image as a tar archive file.
Docker load: imports the image exported using the docker Save command.
Docker import: creates an image from an archive file.
Docker Info: displays docker system information, including the number of images and containers..
Docker version: displays docker version information.