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Docker: Creating Structured Containers by Scott Gallagher, Allan Espinosa, Russ McKendrick, Santosh Kumar Konduri, Vaibhav Kohli, Rajdeep Dua, Neependra Khare, Oskar Hane, Shrikrishna Holla, Vinod Singh, Jeeva S. Chelladhurai, Pethuru Raj

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Back to CONTAINERS

We jump back to the CONTAINERS section where we saw all our containers. We can also click on the magnifying glass on the right-hand side of each container to get pulled to the following screen:

Back to CONTAINERS

We can then get information on that running container and manipulate it. We can stop, restart, or destroy (or remove) it. We can also see information on it such as the command that it's running, its port, its IP address, and its node name.

Clicking on the Stats button, we can see information pertaining to the running container such as the CPU, memory, and network information.

Clicking on the Logs button will show you everything that is going ...

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