docker node ps

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Description

List tasks running on one or more nodes, defaults to current node

Usage

docker node ps [OPTIONS] [NODE...]

Options

Name, shorthand Default Description
--filter, -f   Filter output based on conditions provided
--no-resolve false Do not map IDs to Names
--no-trunc false Do not truncate output

Parent command

Command Description
docker node Manage Swarm nodes
Command Description
docker node demote Demote one or more nodes from manager in the swarm
docker node inspect Display detailed information on one or more nodes
docker node ls List nodes in the swarm
docker node promote Promote one or more nodes to manager in the swarm
docker node ps List tasks running on one or more nodes, defaults to current node
docker node rm Remove one or more nodes from the swarm
docker node update Update a node

Extended description

Lists all the tasks on a Node that Docker knows about. You can filter using the -f or --filter flag. Refer to the filtering section for more information about available filter options.

Examples

$ docker node ps swarm-manager1
NAME                                IMAGE        NODE            DESIRED STATE  CURRENT STATE
redis.1.7q92v0nr1hcgts2amcjyqg3pq   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 hours
redis.6.b465edgho06e318egmgjbqo4o   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 29 seconds
redis.7.bg8c07zzg87di2mufeq51a2qp   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds
redis.9.dkkual96p4bb3s6b10r7coxxt   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds
redis.10.0tgctg8h8cech4w0k0gwrmr23  redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds

Filtering

The filtering flag (-f or --filter) format is of “key=value”. If there is more than one filter, then pass multiple flags (e.g., --filter "foo=bar" --filter "bif=baz")

The currently supported filters are:

name

The name filter matches on all or part of a task’s name.

The following filter matches all tasks with a name containing the redis string.

$ docker node ps -f name=redis swarm-manager1

NAME                                IMAGE        NODE            DESIRED STATE  CURRENT STATE
redis.1.7q92v0nr1hcgts2amcjyqg3pq   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 hours
redis.6.b465edgho06e318egmgjbqo4o   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 29 seconds
redis.7.bg8c07zzg87di2mufeq51a2qp   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds
redis.9.dkkual96p4bb3s6b10r7coxxt   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds
redis.10.0tgctg8h8cech4w0k0gwrmr23  redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds

id

The id filter matches a task’s id.

$ docker node ps -f id=bg8c07zzg87di2mufeq51a2qp swarm-manager1

NAME                                IMAGE        NODE            DESIRED STATE  CURRENT STATE
redis.7.bg8c07zzg87di2mufeq51a2qp   redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 5 seconds

label

The label filter matches tasks based on the presence of a label alone or a label and a value.

The following filter matches tasks with the usage label regardless of its value.

$ docker node ps -f "label=usage"

NAME                               IMAGE        NODE            DESIRED STATE  CURRENT STATE
redis.6.b465edgho06e318egmgjbqo4o  redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 10 minutes
redis.7.bg8c07zzg87di2mufeq51a2qp  redis:3.0.6  swarm-manager1  Running        Running 9 minutes

desired-state

The desired-state filter can take the values running, shutdown, and accepted.

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