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With containerized applications running in isolated environments, it can be harder than usual to track down problems with applications using too much storage space. Fortunately, Docker provides commands for managing container disk usage.
Kubernetes and Docker’s Swarm mode are two container orchestration tools that let you scale workload replicas across multiple physical machines. Although Kubernetes is the more popular choice, Docker Swarm has some unique benefits that are worth considering too.
The script command lets you record and replay activity in your terminal. It’s helpful when you want to create a reference of the steps you’ve taken or you’re creating a tutorial for others to follow.