DevOps: automatically restarting a failed container

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How do I restart a failed docker container automatically, without having to install and setup tools?
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Check first if you can add restart policies to your docker run command.

They are the built-in Docker mechanism for restarting containers when they exit.
If set, restart policies will be used when the Docker daemon starts up, as typically happens after a system boot.

answered Jul 11, 2018 by Kalgi
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