docker-image-save man page

docker-image-save ā€” Save one or more images to a tar archive (streamed to STDOUT by default)

Synopsis

docker image save [Options] IMAGE [IMAGE...]

Description

Produces a tarred repository to the standard output stream. Contains all parent layers, and all tags + versions, or specified repo:tag.

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

Examples

Save all fedora repository images to a fedora-all.tar and save the latest fedora image to a fedora-latest.tar:

$ docker image save fedora > fedora-all.tar
$ docker image save --output=fedora-latest.tar fedora:latest
$ ls -sh fedora-all.tar
721M fedora-all.tar
$ ls -sh fedora-latest.tar
367M fedora-latest.tar

See also

docker-image-load(1) to load an image from a tar archive on STDIN.

Options

-h, --help[=false]

help for save

-o, --output=""

Write to a file, instead of STDOUT

See Also

docker-image(1)

Referenced By

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

Aug 2018 Docker Community