Export a container’s filesystem as a tar archive
$ docker export [OPTIONS] CONTAINER
docker export command does not export the contents of volumes associated
with the container. If a volume is mounted on top of an existing directory in
docker export will export the contents of the underlying
directory, not the contents of the volume.
Refer to Back up, restore, or migrate data volumes in the user guide for examples on exporting data in a volume.
For example uses of this command, refer to the examples section below.
||Write to a file, instead of STDOUT|
Each of these commands has the same result.
$ docker export red_panda > latest.tar
$ docker export --output="latest.tar" red_panda