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Docker, an open source technology, is used primarily for developing / shipping and running applications. Docker enables you to segregate the applications from your underlying infrastructure so that the software delivery is quicker than ever.How do you stop Docker?
docker stop. When you issue a docker stop command Docker will first ask nicely for the process to stop and if it doesn't comply within 10 seconds it will forcibly kill it. The docker stop command attempts to stop a running container first by sending a SIGTERM signal to the root process (PID 1) in the container.