Companion video on the issues I have with Docker
In an attempt to improve my previous [[Docker_container_update_workflow]], I want to write my notes on how I develop Dockerfiles et al.
First I find the source repository of the Docker image I’m interested in.
For example https://hub.docker.com/r/abiosoft/caddy/ → https://github.com/abiosoft/caddy-docker
I then fork that into my repo and clone it, into for example ~/tmp/caddy-docker.
Typically I would make changes to the Dockerfile. Then:
- Run a build
docker build -t WIP .
- Run it
docker run -d --name caddy -p 2015:2015 -t WIP
- See it running with
- Run a shell like so:
docker exec -i -t caddy sh
- Stop it like so
docker kill caddy
- To start it again
docker start caddy
- Remove it like so
docker rm caddy
Hopefully I then have a Dockerfile I like.
docker login and push my image to the Docker hub and perhaps test on
a production CoreOS machine.
When satisfied I commit the changes to my git repo and create a PR.
Unsolved issues of my workflow
I would like to
git diff changes in the running Docker filesystem.
I would like to examine files in the Docker images without shelling in.