Enter inside a running docker container
To enter inside a running Docker container using Groovy, you can use the
docker exec command. Here's an example:
def command = "docker exec -it <container_id> bash"
def process = command.execute()
In this example, replace
<container_id> with the actual ID or name of the container you want to enter. The
docker exec -it command allows you to run an interactive command inside the container.
Note that you'll need to have Docker installed and running on your system for this to work. Additionally, ensure that you have the necessary permissions to execute Docker commands.
Once you run the Groovy code, it will execute the
docker exec command and open a bash session inside the specified container. You can then interact with the container's command line as if you were inside it.
Remember to handle any exceptions that may occur when executing the command and customize the code according to your specific needs.