- [Male Narrator] Perhaps you do it…first thing in the morning to see what's going on…with your Docker infrastructure…or perhaps something unexpected happens in Docker…and you need to know what's going on fast.…Either way, you've got to know how to…check the status of Docker.…So the first command that you absolutely must know…is the Docker version command.…So if we run Docker version,…this shows us one, that we can communicate with the server,…that's important because if you run Docker version…and you get an error, that means that your Docker client…can't talk to the server and that's important.…
The server could be down or you just may not be able…to communicate with it.…So the Docker version command tells us…what version of the client we have…and what version of the server we have.…So, this tells us that that Docker's working…and it tells us what version we have…and what operating system we're running Docker on right now.…Another command to know to check the status of Docker…is Docker info and this command tells us a lot.…
- Docker Certified Associate prep
- Docker editions and platforms
- Docker namespaces
- Installing Docker
- Configuring repositories and Docker swarm
- Creating users and teams
- Backing up Docker
- Troubleshooting Docker errors
Skill Level Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Containerswith David Linthicum1h 16m Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Preparing to Install Docker
2. Installing Docker
3. Configuring Docker
4. Troubleshooting Docker Install and Config
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