docker buildx inspect
Inspect current builder instance
$ docker buildx inspect [NAME]
Refer to the options section for an overview of available
OPTIONS for this command.
Shows information about the current or specified builder.
For example uses of this command, refer to the examples section below.
||Ensure builder has booted before inspecting|
||Override the configured builder instance|
Ensure that the builder is running before inspecting (--bootstrap)
--bootstrap option to ensure that the builder is running before
inspecting it. If the driver is
the buildkit container and waits until it is operational. Bootstrapping is
automatically done during build, and therefore not necessary. The same BuildKit
container is used during the lifetime of the associated builder node (as
Override the configured builder instance (--builder)
Get information about a builder instance
inspect shows information about the current builder. Specify the
name of the builder to inspect to get information about that builder.
The following example shows information about a builder instance named
*next to node build platform(s) indicate they had been set manually during
buildx create. Otherwise, it had been autodetected.
$ docker buildx inspect elated_tesla Name: elated_tesla Driver: docker-container Nodes: Name: elated_tesla0 Endpoint: unix:///var/run/docker.sock Status: running Buildkit: v0.10.3 Platforms: linux/amd64 Name: elated_tesla1 Endpoint: ssh://email@example.com Status: running Buildkit: v0.10.3 Platforms: linux/arm64*, linux/arm/v7, linux/arm/v6
|docker buildx||Docker Buildx|
|docker buildx bake||Build from a file|
|docker buildx build||Start a build|
|docker buildx create||Create a new builder instance|
|docker buildx du||Disk usage|
|docker buildx imagetools||Commands to work on images in registry|
|docker buildx inspect||Inspect current builder instance|
|docker buildx ls||List builder instances|
|docker buildx prune||Remove build cache|
|docker buildx rm||Remove a builder instance|
|docker buildx stop||Stop builder instance|
|docker buildx use||Set the current builder instance|
|docker buildx version||Show buildx version information|