This image helps you to test Docker with different versions, without
messing with your host system. It will set up a Docker container which
is able to run Docker inside.
docker run -it --rm --privileged -e LOG=file sequenceiq/dind
It will start a Docker daemon in the background (unix:///var/run/docker.sock)
and provide a
bash session where you can play with a vanilla Docker
- no images pulled
- no containers
Sometimes you want to check if something works with a specific Docker version.
There is a bash function ready to help you:
docker-set-version. It will
- download the specified Docker binary, and symlink it.
- restart the Docker daemon.
The usual Docker functions:
dpsa are all available
in bash. Its done by saving
and its sourced from