Docker - Commit (Image History)

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Create a new image from a container's changes

A RUN instruction in a build dockerfile generates commits. containers can then be created from any point in an image’s history, much like source control.


Persisting after a commit

docker commit -m "With Login" containerName gerardnico/cli:latest

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