Docker common commands

Docker container information

View docker container version

docker version

View docker container information

docker info

View docker container help

docker --help

Mirror operation

Mirror view

List local images

docker images

Including intermediate image layer

docker images -a

Only the mirror ID is displayed

docker images -q

Including intermediate image layer

docker images -qa 

Displays the mirror summary information (the DIGEST column)

docker images --digests

Displays the full image information

docker images --no-trunc

Displays the creation history of the specified image; Parameters: - H image size and date; the default is true-- no-trunc   Display complete submission records- q   Only submit record ID s are listed

docker history -H redis

Mirror search

Search warehouse MySQL image

docker search mysql

--filter=stars=600: only images with starts > = 600 are displayed

docker search --filter=stars=600 mysql

 -- No TRUNC displays the full DESCRIPTION of the image

docker search --no-trunc mysql

--Automated: only images with AUTOMATED=OK are listed

docker search  --automated mysql

Image download

Download the latest official Redis image, which is equivalent to docker pull redis:latest

docker pull redis

Download all Redis images in the warehouse

docker pull -a redis

Download private warehouse image

docker pull bitnami/redis

Mirror deletion

Deleting a single image is equivalent to: docker rmi redis:latest

docker rmi redis

Force deletion (for image-based container processes that are running)

docker rmi -f redis

Multiple images are deleted, and different images are separated by spaces

docker rmi -f redis tomcat nginx

Delete all local mirrors

docker rmi -f $(docker images -q)

Mirror construction

Write dockerfile

cd /docker/dockerfile

vim mycentos

Build docker image

docker build -f /docker/dockerfile/mycentos -t mycentos:1.1

Container operation

Tip: for container operations, you can use CONTAINER ID or NAMES.

Container start

Create a new container and start it. Parameters:

-i   Run the container in interactive mode;

-t   Reassigning a pseudo input terminal to the container;

--name   Specify a name for the container

docker run -i -t --name mycentos

Background start container, parameter: - d   Container started in daemon mode

docker run -d mycentos

Note: use "docker ps -a" to find that the container has exited. This is the docker mechanism: to make the docker container run in the background, there must be a foreground process. Solution: run the program you want to run as a previous process.

Start one or more containers that have been stopped

docker start redis

Restart container

docker restart redis

Container process

Top supports ps command parameters. Format: docker top [OPTIONS] CONTAINER [ps OPTIONS]

Lists the processes running in the redis container

docker top redis

View the process information of all running containers

for i in  `docker ps |grep Up|awk '{print $1}'`;
do echo \ &&docker top $i; 

View redis container logs. Default parameters

docker logs rabbitmq

View redis container log, parameter: - f   Trace log output- t    Display timestamp-- tail   Only the latest N container logs are listed;

docker logs -f -t --tail=20 redis

View the latest 10 logs of container redis since May 21, 2019.

docker logs --since="2019-05-21" --tail=10 redis

Entry and exit of containers

Use the run method to enter when creating

docker run -it centos /bin/bash

Close the container and exit


Only exit the container without closing it

Shortcut keys: Ctrl + P + Q

  Directly enter the terminal of centos container startup command without starting a new process. Multiple attach connections share the container screen. Parameters: - sig proxy = false   Make sure CTRL-D or CTRL-C does not close the container

docker attach --sig-proxy=false centos

Open a new interactive mode terminal in centos container to start a new process. Parameters: - i   Keep STDIN open even if there is no additional- t   Assign a pseudo terminal

docker exec -i -t  centos /bin/bash

Execute the command in the container in interactive mode, and the result returns to the current terminal screen

docker exec -i -t centos ls -l /tmp

Execute commands in the container in separate mode, the program runs in the background, and the results will not be fed back to the current terminal

docker exec -d centos  touch cache.txt

View container

View running containers

docker ps

View the ID of the running container

docker ps -q

View running + historically running containers

docker ps -a

Displays the total file size of the running container

docker ps -s

Displays recently created containers

docker ps -l

Displays the 3 recently created containers

docker ps -n 3

Do not truncate output

docker ps --no-trunc

Get the meta information of the image redis

docker inspect redis

Get the IP address of the running redis container

docker inspect --format='{{range .NetworkSettings.Networks}}{{.IPAddress}}{{end}}' redis

Stopping and deleting containers

Stop a running container

docker stop redis

Kill a running container

docker kill redis

Delete a stopped container

docker rm redis

Delete a running container

docker rm -f redis

Delete multiple containers

docker rm -f $(docker ps -a -q)
docker ps -a -q | xargs docker rm

-l remove the network connection between containers. The connection name is db

docker rm -l db

-v delete the container and delete the data volumes mounted by the container

Generate image

Create a new image based on the current redis container;


-a the author of the submitted image;

-c use the Dockerfile instruction to create an image;

-m: description at the time of submission;

-p: pause the container during commit

docker commit -a="DeepInThought" -m="my redis" [redis container ID]  myredis:v1.1

Data copy between container and host

copy the files in the rabbitmq container to the local path

docker cp rabbitmq:/[container_path] [local_path]

copy the host file to the rabbitmq container

docker cp [local_path] rabbitmq:/[container_path]/

Copy the host file to the rabbitmq container and rename the directory to [container_path] (note the difference from non renamed copy)

docker cp [local_path] rabbitmq:/[container_path]

Tags: Docker Middleware

Posted by stereofrog on Wed, 27 Oct 2021 05:39:56 +0530