How to connect shell to my new docker host

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I have used docker-machine create command to spin up a docker host (node1). How do I enter into the newly created docker host?

Jul 4, 2019 in Docker by Sam
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Use the following command to connect your shell to the new machine.

 $ eval "$(docker-machine env node1)"

This will help you enter into the newly created docker host.

answered Jul 4, 2019 by Sirajul
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