. The exercise will walk through creating and running Windows containers on Windows 10. In this quick start you will accomplish:. Installing Docker for Windows. Running a simple Windows container This quick start is specific to Windows 10.
Additional quick start documentation can be found in the table of contents on the left-hand side of this page. Prerequisites Please make sure you meet the following requirements:. One physical computer system running Windows 10 Professional or Enterprise with Anniversary Update (version 1607) or later. Make sure is enabled. Hyper-V isolation: Windows Server Containers require Hyper-V isolation on Windows 10 in order to provide developers with the same kernel version and configuration that will be used in production, more about Hyper-V isolation can be found on the page. Note In the release of Windows October Update 2018, we no longer disallow users from running a Windows container in process-isolation mode on Windows 10 Enterprise or Professional for dev/test purposes. See the to learn more.
Install Docker for Windows Download and run the installer (You will be required to login. Create an account if you don't have one already). Are available in the Docker documentation.
Switch to Windows containers After installation Docker for Windows defaults to running Linux containers. Switch to Windows containers using either the Docker tray-menu or by running the following command in a PowerShell prompt: & $Env:ProgramFiles Docker Docker DockerCli.exe -SwitchDaemon. Install Base Container Images Windows containers are built from base images. The following command will pull the Nano Server base image. Docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/nanoserver:1809 Once the image is pulled, running docker images will return a list of installed images, in this case the Nano Server image. Docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE microsoft/nanoserver latest 105d76d0f40e 4 days ago 652 MB.
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Important Please read the Windows Containers OS Image. Run Your First Windows Container For this simple example, a ‘Hello World’ container image will be created and deployed.
For the best experience run these commands in an elevated Windows CMD shell or PowerShell. Windows PowerShell ISE does not work for interactive sessions with containers. Even though the container is running, it will appear to hang. First, start a container with an interactive session from the nanoserver image. Once the container has started, you will be presented with a command shell from within the container. Docker run -it mcr.microsoft.com/windows/nanoserver:1809 cmd.exe Inside the container we will create a simple ‘Hello World’ text file. Echo 'Hello World!'
Hello.txt When completed, exit the container. Exit You will now create a new container image from the modified container.
To see a list of containers run the following and take note of the container id. Docker ps -a Run the following command to create the new ‘HelloWorld’ image. Replace with the id of your container. Docker commit helloworld When completed, you now have a custom image that contains the hello world script.
This can be seen with the following command. Docker images Finally, to run the container, use the docker run command. Docker run -rm helloworld cmd.exe /s /c type Hello.txt The outcome of the docker run command is that a Hyper-V container was created from the 'HelloWorld' image, an instance of cmd was started in the container and executed a reading of our file (output echoed to the shell), and then the container stopped and removed.
I have docker installed in win10 Pro. The Hyper-V path is E: HYPER-V ├─Snapshots ├─UndoLog Configuration ├─Virtual Hard Disks └─Virtual Machines ├─42CE332E-D9F8-4B92-9655-E58D187D02DA └─E5A21EEA-E6FA-4DD5-BC1B-8AE58338F293 There is MobyLinuxVM.vhdx in the Virtual Hard Disks fold. Because of the recently win10 problem, I had to reinstall OS. How could I make the current docker using my previous MobyLinuxVM.vhdx? In new WIN10, I also intalled docker, and move the storage to the new disck. E: HYPER-V2 ├─Snapshots ├─UndoLog Configuration ├─Virtual Hard Disks └─Virtual Machines The fold is keeping insistence, but I could not find the way to reuse my previous MobyLinuxVM.vhdx. Thanks, both of you.
I found a solution now. It is easy to process.
Using Hyper-V manager 1. Hyper-V Setting Harddisk: E: Hyper-V Virtual Hard Disks (my case) Virtual machine: E: Hyper-V And then start docker windows. Docker will find the old MobyLinuxVM.vhdx, and then the harddisk will be used automatically. Wait until the docker starting success. Docker images will display all the previous images. Thanks, both of you. I found a solution now.
It is easy to process. Using Hyper-V manager 1. Hyper-V Setting Harddisk: E: Hyper-V Virtual Hard Disks (my case) Virtual machine: E: Hyper-V And then start docker windows. Docker will find the old MobyLinuxVM.vhdx, and then the harddisk will be used automatically. Wait until the docker starting success.
Docker images will display all the previous images.