This article will show you how to manage and monitor Windows Server containers using Docker command line running on Microsoft Azure Cloud.
In my previous two article about running Windows containers In Microsoft Azure I explained how to setup Windows Servers containers and how to create them using Docker, make sure you read them before continuing.
Today I will show you how to monitor them and manage them using the Docker command line.
I’m assuming you already have Windows Containers running.
To view all you containers and their status type:
Docker ps -a
To view only running containers type:
To view total container size type:
docker ps -s
To view containers using filter type:
docker ps --filter status=exited
To start a container and keep It running type:
docker start id
To restart a container
Docker restart id
To stop a container
Docker stop id
To connect to a running container type:
docker attach b96707abdec5
To exit a running container and keep It running
Ctrl + p + q
To view container logs
Docker logs id