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The docker handbook for frontend devs

General docker commands

  • Pulling an image from dockerhub

    docker pull ubuntu
  • Login to your own dockerhub account (optional)

    docker login --username bisvarup
  • List your docker contains, which you have installed

    docker image ls
    docker images
  • Create an instance of the image, and run it in detached (-d), -i (interactive) and attach a psudo tty (-t)

    docker run -it -d ubuntu
  • List the image containers

    docker ps -a
  • List all containers with just their numeric id

    docker container ls –aq 
  • Remove a container

    docker container rm [container_id]
  • Remove all stopped containers

    docker container rm $(docker container ls –aq)
  • Log into an container

    docker exec -it 45ceac9df55c bash
  • Stop a container

    docker stop 45ceac9df55c
  • stop all containers

    docker container stop $(docker container ls –aq)
  • Delete an container

    docker rm 45ceac9df55c
  • Delete a container

    docker rmi ubuntu
  • Create a new image

    docker commit container_id username/image_name
  • Push a new image to dockerhub

    docker push bisvarup/image_name
  • Stop all containers
  • Docker disk usage for active containers

    docker ps --size
  • Detailed docker disk usage

    docker system df
  • Create a docker container from a Dockerfile

    docker build -t container-name .
  • Create a mysql container from mysql image

    docker run --name mysql-5.7 -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=password -p -d mysql:5.7

    This assumes you already have mysql:5.7 image installed in your system. There seems to be some issue with mysql 8.0 and that does not work well with sequelpro. Hence using mysql 5.7

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