"docker container run --detached" - Run Container in Background
How to Create a new Container and run it in the background using the "docker container run --detach" command?
If you want to create an Alpine container and start a command that runs for a long time, you can use the --detach option to let it run in the background.
1. Create a new container with "alpine" image and start it in the background. The container is doing nothing but sleeping for 10 hours.
$ docker container run --name 3rd_alpine --detach alpine sleep 36000 a4570be81d299db8aa24fa1f677aa293410af0a0a436ec9cd0e162fc785dc215 $
2. Check the container status.
$ docker container list --latest CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS NAMES a4570be81d29 alpine "sleep 36000" 8 seconds ago Up 8 seconds 3rd_alpine
As you can see, we have started a new Alpine container that runs a long execution command in the background quietly.
You can check its log message. But it will be empty.
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