Quickly find the docker image startup command

Sudhakar Rayavaram
Jul 13, 2019 · 1 min read

If you quickly want to see what command any docker image actually runs when you start it, there is an easy way

docker history --no-trunc <image-name>

This will list all the contents of its Dockerfile along with layers information

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