Basic Docker Commands With Examples
Encapsulates your deployment artifact, so running on different environments is easier. Most dependencies can be "baked-in" to your Docker container.
- container - a single, running instance of a Docker image.
- image - the blueprint that helps you stamp out one or more containers.
docker psList running containers
docker ps -aList all containers, even if not running.
docker rm (container name or id)Remove a specific container.
docker imagesList all images present on your system.
docker rmi (image name or id)Remove a specific image (only if has no containers created from it).
docker run (image name or id)Create a container.
docker stop (container name or id)Stop a container.
docker start (container name or id)Start a stopped container.