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🐋 Containers


Homarr allows you to interact with Docker containers running on your system.

You can restart, stop, start, refresh and remove containers as well as add them to the Homarr dashboard

Docker Core Features

Additionally, if you have a lot of containers you can search and filter them by container or image name

Container and Image Search

View the state of each container (created, running or stopped)

Container States

And also check what ports the container has exposed (container port:external port)

Exposed Ports

Before you begin

In order for Homarr to be able to interact with your Docker instance you must tell Homarr the path to your Docker socket. You do this by adding the following to the Docker command when you first run Homarr:

-v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock

If you are running Docker Desktop on Windows 10, use the following path to your Docker socket:

-v //var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock