Today we will know how to stop the docker container command. There are different commands for stopping containers. Because there could be different situations.
Where you need to stop Single container, Multiple container, and All containers. So based on your situation you can use anyone of them. So let’s get started now.
Stop Single Running Container Command
If you want to stop a single running container. Then the name or the ID of that container. And execute them with the help of command as shown below.
sudo docker stop <container-id>
Stop Multiple Running Container Command
When you are required to stop more than one container at a time. Then it is also possible. You will need to select the name or ID of those containers. After that you can use them in the below command.
sudo docker stop <container-id> <container-id> <container-id>
Stop All Running Container Command
But if you face a situation where you need to stop all the running containers due to some issue. You can also do that very easily. For that you will not need to select the container name or ID. Because in this command those things are not required. That’s the best thing when using this command. So you can check the command below.
sudo docker stop $(sudo docker ps -aq)
But, if you want to see how you create a docker container from your own. Then please follow the below description.
Here I will show you, how you can easily create your docker container from the start. Because, I have described it in a very simple language. So that everyone can understand this.
In conclusion, we have completed how to stop docker container commands. And the way for stopping containers according to your requirements. Also we have covered the prerequisites before stopping the container.
I hope this article was very helpful to all of you.
Thank you very much for giving your time.