On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 12:44:50PM +1100, Angus Lees wrote:
> You just need to find the pid of a process in the container (perhaps using 
> docker inspect to go from container name -> pid) and then:
>  nsenter -t $pid -m -u -i -n -p -w

Note also that the 1.3 release of Docker ("any day now") will sport a
shiny new "docker exec" command that will provide you with the ability
to run commands inside the container via the docker client without
having to involve nsenter (or nsinit).

It looks like:

    docker exec <container_id> ps -fe

Or:

    docker exec -it <container_id> bash

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