Tactics and Tools for Troubleshooting Docker
This course provides developers with the skills they need to troubleshoot and fix the most common Docker errors. By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to reduce the time it takes you to assess and fix issues.
What you'll learn
Are you a developer who is struggling with Docker container management? In this course, Tactics and Tools for Troubleshooting Docker, you will learn how to perform basic troubleshooting for Docker containers as well as the most common errors and how to resolve them. You will use techniques to troubleshoot Docker containers in Docker Desktop such as viewing log files, inspecting containers, navigating the container file system, cleaning resources, understanding the Docker builder cache, and accessing Docker support. Then, you will review how to fix common issues with Docker including file access, working with the tar writer, formatting and build errors, accessing images in a registry, reviewing docker container exit codes, and working with volume mounting. Finally, you will learn how to assess and resolve common networking errors with Docker containers including: inspecting network container networking configurations, ensuring ports are available, resolving DNS, determining if an IP address is reachable from a container, assessing certificate errors, and fixing network not found errors. By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to reduce the time it takes you to assess and fix issues.