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NAME

       docker-plugin-ls - List plugins

SYNOPSIS

       docker plugin ls [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       Lists all the plugins that are currently installed. You can install plugins using the
       docker plugin install command.  You can also filter using the -f or --filter flag.

Filters

       Filter output based on these conditions:
          - enabled=(true|false) - plugins that are enabled or not
          - capability=<string> - filters plugins based on capabilities (currently volumedriver,
       networkdriver, ipamdriver, or authz)

Format

       Pretty-print plugins using a Go template.
          Valid placeholders:
             .ID - Plugin ID.
             .Name - Plugin Name.
             .Description - Plugin description.
             .Enabled - Whether plugin is enabled or not.

EXAMPLES

Display all plugins

              $ docker plugin ls
              ID                  NAME                                    DESCRIPTION                         ENABLED
              869080b57404        tiborvass/sample-volume-plugin:latest   A sample volume plugin for Docker   true
              141bf6c02ddd        vieux/sshfs:latest                      sshFS plugin for Docker             false

Display plugins with their ID and names

              $ docker plugin ls --format "{{.ID}}: {{.Name}}"
              869080b57404: tiborvass/sample-volume-plugin:latest

Display enabled plugins

              $ docker plugin ls --filter enabled=true
              ID                  NAME                                    DESCRIPTION                         ENABLED
              869080b57404        tiborvass/sample-volume-plugin:latest   A sample volume plugin for Docker   true

Display plugins with volumedriver capability
              $ docker plugin ls --filter capability=volumedriver --format "table {{.ID}}\t{{.Name}}"
              ID                  Name
              869080b57404        tiborvass/sample-volume-plugin:latest

OPTIONS

       -f, --filter=
           Provide filter values (e.g. 'enabled=true')

       --format=""
           Pretty-print plugins using a Go template

       -h, --help[=false]
           help for ls

       --no-trunc[=false]
           Don't truncate output

       -q, --quiet[=false]
           Only display plugin IDs

SEE ALSO

       docker-plugin(1)