docker-image-load man page

docker-image-load — Load an image from a tar archive or STDIN

Synopsis

docker image load [Options]

Description

Loads a tarred repository from a file or the standard input stream. Restores both images and tags. Write image names or IDs imported it standard output stream.

Examples

$ docker images
REPOSITORY          TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
busybox             latest              769b9341d937        7 weeks ago         2.489 MB
$ docker load --input fedora.tar
# […]
Loaded image: fedora:rawhide
# […]
Loaded image: fedora:20
# […]
$ docker images
REPOSITORY          TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
busybox             latest              769b9341d937        7 weeks ago         2.489 MB
fedora              rawhide             0d20aec6529d        7 weeks ago         387 MB
fedora              20                  58394af37342        7 weeks ago         385.5 MB
fedora              heisenbug           58394af37342        7 weeks ago         385.5 MB
fedora              latest              58394af37342        7 weeks ago         385.5 MB

See also

docker-image-save(1) to save one or more images to a tar archive (streamed to STDOUT by default).

Options

-h, --help[=false]

help for load

-i, --input=""

Read from tar archive file, instead of STDIN

-q, --quiet[=false]

Suppress the load output

See Also

docker-image(1)

Referenced By

docker-image(1), docker-image-save(1).

Aug 2018 Docker Community