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Push docker a image to docker.com

Tag your image with: docker tag username_on_registry/image_name:latest Then docker push username_on_registry/image_name:latest

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login to your local machine

using docker exec docker exec -t -i CONTAINERID /bin/bash for example docker exec -t -i 589f2ad30138 /bin/bash using docker-machine docker-machine ssh MACHINENAME

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View docker logs

docker logs CONTAINERID for example docker logs c5a6254f7da2 to see logs update in realtime (similar to tail -f) add -f for example docker logs c5a6254f7da2 -f for no logs add the option –log-driver = none

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View docker stats

docker stats CONTAINERID for example docker stats 2a39d6844918

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Update local images

docker pull DISTRONAME:latest for example docker pull ubuntu:latest

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Save changes to your docker container

You can save changes you make to your docker container by getting the container id and running the following command docker commit CONTAINERID IMAGENAME for example after installing apache I ran docker commit 89c48ac17dd7 apache-simple

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Remove a local docker image

When you run “docker images” you’ll get results that look something like this REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED VIRTUAL SIZE ubuntu latest 1d073211c498 2 weeks ago 187.9 MB To remove a image type “docker rmi -f IMAGE_ID (the 3rd column above). Warning this is permanent.

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Prepare a docker container for AWS (elastic beanstalk)

cd to the directory containing your exported docker files, then run zip ../FILENAME.zip -r * .[^.]* This way kind of sucks, looking for a better way to do it.

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