How to List Containers in Docker?
If you want to list all the running docker containers, you can use the
docker container ls command, which takes the following form:
docker container ls
This command is valid on all newer versions of docker (1.13 or newer). For older docker version, use the following command
This command is still available on new docker versions, but it is alias to the
docker container ls command.
This is the expected output of the command:
Output: CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES c8bdef56da86 ubuntu "docker-entrypoint.s…" 15 hours ago Up 1 hours 5432/tcp name 752g3a115fcf postgres "docker-entrypoint.s…" 17 hours ago Up 1 hours 6379/tcp name
To display all containers (the non-running included) you can use the -a option:
docker container ls -a
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