docker-container-export man page

docker-container-export ā€” Export a container's filesystem as a tar archive

Synopsis

docker container export [Options] CONTAINER

Description

Export the contents of a container's filesystem using the full or shortened container ID or container name. The output is exported to STDOUT and can be redirected to a tar file.

Stream to a file instead of STDOUT by using -o.

Examples

Export the contents of the container called angry_bell to a tar file called angry_bell.tar:

$ docker export angry_bell > angry_bell.tar
$ docker export --output=angry_bell-latest.tar angry_bell
$ ls -sh angry_bell.tar
321M angry_bell.tar
$ ls -sh angry_bell-latest.tar
321M angry_bell-latest.tar

See also

docker-import(1) to create an empty filesystem image and import the contents of the tarball into it, then optionally tag it.

Options

-h, --help[=false]

help for export

-o, --output=""

Write to a file, instead of STDOUT

See Also

docker-container(1)

Referenced By

docker-container(1).

Aug 2018 Docker Community