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Docker is a software system for creating and running containers.
Prune old docker files
Build and run a Dockerfile
docker run -it \
-p 70:70 \
$(docker build -q .)
Container OS / CoreOS randomly kills my containers
You can prevent this by writing SystemD service files that restarts your containers when they die. In this scenario, SystemD acts as a watchdog. You can also observe the container states and logs via SystemD if you do this.
If you find this work useful, please cite it as:
title = "Docker",
author = "Gokberk Yaltirakli",
journal = "gkbrk.com",
year = "2021",
url = "https://www.gkbrk.com/wiki/Docker/"
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Gokberk Yaltirakli, "Docker", July, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.gkbrk.com/wiki/Docker/. [Accessed Jul. 29, 2021].
Yaltirakli, G. (2021, July 29). Docker. https://www.gkbrk.com/wiki/Docker/
Gokberk Yaltirakli, Docker, GKBRK.COM (Jul. 29, 2021), https://www.gkbrk.com/wiki/Docker/