While container developing or deploying we often need to look inside a running container to examine its current state or correct a problem. For this, Docker provides the docker exec command to run programs in containers that are already running.

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You may received an Error response from daemon: You cannot remove a running container [CONTAINER_ID] Stop the container before attempting removal or force remove when you trying to remove the running container in Docker.

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Docker usually containerize the services that form our stack and use inter-container networking to communicate between them. Sometimes we might need a container to talk to a service on our host that has not been containerized. Lets see how to access localhost from within a Docker container.

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Its very difficult to keep track multiple Docker containers in the host machine. Moreover, if we are on a network or using compose, there might be several containers running inside the network.

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This post helps you to learn about the steps to take the backup (snapshot) the container image and restore into the Docker.

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If we want to copy the image which is our local machine in to another machine. There are couple of ways to do that. The first is by pushing that image to a repository such as the ones in Dockerhub registry. If we don't want to trouble with creating an account, tagging the images and extra we use the below simple meth

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For copying the files from the host to the docker container or copy files from Docker container to your local host, we have to use the CP command.

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