If youaposre using Docker for a while you probably already have a simple and effective workflow tailored to you which includes some of your favorite docker commands subcommands to be technically correct. .
For example I used to remove the containers that are not running using a long command which looks like this docker container rm docker container ps -qf statusexited it worked obviously throwing an error whenever there were no dangling containers. This stopped one day when I found out that we also have a prune subcommand for containers So now that long command has come down to a simple docker container prune.
The point is even though many of us have been using Docker for a while there is the chance that some things mightaposve gotten overlooked or maybe even forgotten through time. .
In this article Iaposm going to give you three docker subcommands that might be new to you or youaposre not using them much but I think you should. .