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Docker Cookbook. - Second Edition

By : Ken Cochrane, Jeeva S. Chelladhurai, Neependra K Khare
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Book Image

Docker Cookbook. - Second Edition

2 (1)
By: Ken Cochrane, Jeeva S. Chelladhurai, Neependra K Khare

Overview of this book

Docker is an open source tool used for creating, deploying, and running applications using containers. With more than 100 self-contained tutorials, this book examines common pain points and best practices for developers building distributed applications with Docker. Each recipe in this book addresses a specific problem and offers a proven, best practice solution with insights into how it works, so that you can modify the code and configuration files to suit your needs. The Docker Cookbook begins by guiding you in setting up Docker in different environments and explains how to work with its containers and images. You’ll understand Docker orchestration, networking, security, and hosting platforms for effective collaboration and efficient deployment. The book also covers tips and tricks and new Docker features that support a range of other cloud offerings. By the end of this book, you’ll be able to package and deploy end-to-end distributed applications with Docker and be well-versed with best practice solutions for common development problems.
Table of Contents (13 chapters)

Removing a container

We can remove a container permanently, but before that, we have to stop the container or use the force option. In this recipe, we'll create and remove a container.

Getting ready

Ensure that the Docker daemon is running on the host and can be connected through the Docker client. You will also need some containers in a stopped or running state to delete them.

How to do it...

Use the following command:

    $ docker container rm [OPTIONS] CONTAINER [CONTAINER]

Or run the following legacy command: