aiodocker

Python Docker API client based on asyncio and aiohttp

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AsyncIO bindings for docker.io

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A simple Docker HTTP API wrapper written with asyncio and aiohttp.

Installation

.. code-block:: sh

pip install aiodocker

Documentation

http://aiodocker.readthedocs.io

Examples

.. code-block:: python

import asyncio import aiodocker

async def list_things(): docker = aiodocker.Docker() print('== Images ==') for image in (await docker.images.list()): tags = image['RepoTags'][0] if image['RepoTags'] else '' print(image['Id'], tags) print('== Containers ==') for container in (await docker.containers.list()): print(f" {container._id}") await docker.close()

async def run_container(): docker = aiodocker.Docker() print('== Running a hello-world container ==') container = await docker.containers.create_or_replace( config={ 'Cmd': ['/bin/ash', '-c', 'echo "hello world"'], 'Image': 'alpine:latest', }, name='testing', ) await container.start() logs = await container.log(stdout=True) print(''.join(logs)) await container.delete(force=True) await docker.close()

if name == 'main': loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() loop.run_until_complete(list_things()) loop.run_until_complete(run_container()) loop.close()

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