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Is there any way to mount/view the contents of a container?  One of my docker apps (binhex delugevpn) is gobbling up a ton of space very quickly and I'm trying to figure out what it is (I've verified all my settings and mount points are correct).  If I can see the contents of the container I should be able to figure out what is getting saved there.

 

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Sure do a docker ps and get the id of the docker. Then do: docker exec -it docker-Id bash

 

You only need to put in the first couple of letters of the docker id

 

Example:

 

docker exec -it 0ef1 bash

 

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Sure do a docker ps and get the id of the docker. Then do: docker exec -it docker-Id bash

 

You only need to put in the first couple of letters of the docker id

 

Example:

 

docker exec -it 0ef1 bash

Not necessary to get docker id. Just docker exec -it docker-name bash

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