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NAME

       docker - Docker image and container command line interface

SYNOPSIS

       docker [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARG...]

       docker [--help|-v|--version]

DESCRIPTION

       docker is a client for interacting with the daemon (see dockerd(8)) through the CLI.

       The Docker CLI has over 30 commands. The commands are listed below and each has its own
       man page which explain usage and arguments.

       To see the man page for a command run man docker <command>.

OPTIONS

       --help
         Print usage statement

       --config=""
         Specifies the location of the Docker client configuration files. The default is
       ' /.docker'.

       -D, --debug=true|false
         Enable debug mode. Default is false.

       -H, --host=[unix:///var/run/docker.sock]: tcp://[host]:[port][path] to bind or
       unix://[/path/to/socket] to use.
         The socket(s) to bind to in daemon mode specified using one or more
         tcp://host:port/path, unix:///path/to/socket, fd://* or fd://socketfd.
         If the tcp port is not specified, then it will default to either 2375 when
         --tls is off, or 2376 when --tls is on, or --tlsverify is specified.

       -l, --log-level="debug|info|warn|error|fatal"
         Set the logging level. Default is info.

       --tls=true|false
         Use TLS; implied by --tlsverify. Default is false.

       --tlscacert= /.docker/ca.pem
         Trust certs signed only by this CA.

       --tlscert= /.docker/cert.pem
         Path to TLS certificate file.

       --tlskey= /.docker/key.pem
         Path to TLS key file.

       --tlsverify=true|false
         Use TLS and verify the remote (daemon: verify client, client: verify daemon).
         Default is false.

       -v, --version=true|false
         Print version information and quit. Default is false.

COMMANDS

       Use "docker help" or "docker --help" to get an overview of available commands.

EXAMPLES

       For specific client examples please see the man page for the specific Docker command. For
       example:

              man docker-run

HISTORY

       April 2014, Originally compiled by William Henry (whenry at redhat dot com) based on
       docker.com source material and internal work.