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Container

Topic Commands Description
container docker ps -a list all running containers
container docker rm CONTAINER Remove one or more containers
  docker rm -f $(docker ps -a -q) remove all docker containers
  docker build . build an image from a Dockerfile
  docker exec -it 21 /bin/bash connect to the running docker instance and it’s bash
  docker exec 21 ls -al execute ls -al command in the docker instance
  docker exec b7 cat /var/jenkins_home/secrets/initialAdminPassword execute cat command
  docker image ls list docker images
  docker images list all docker images
  docker image prune remove all dangling images
  docker image rm f6e71ff7ed6b delete the docker image
  docker image rm acrfonoadev.azurecr.io/emulator/20210823 untag the image from the given tag name
  docker inspect f7 show the docker instance’s details in json file
  docker kill my_container send a kill signal to the container
  docker network create –driver=bridge –subnet=182.0.1.1/16 isolatedNetwork create a bridge network
  docker network prune delete all networks
  docker pull ubuntu download the latest ubuntu image
  docker run ubuntu run the ubuntu image
  docker run -itd ubuntu run the ubnutu image interactively but detached
  docker run -d -p 80:8080 jenkins/jenkins run jeninks image in a detached mode with port mapping of 80 to 8080
  docker stop $(docker ps -aq) remove all docker containers
  docker run IMAGE [COMMAND] creates a writeable container layer over the specified image, and then starts it using the specified command
  `docker stop $(docker ps -aq) stop all running containers. -aq gives you the id of the containers

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