Docker Get current Docker Machine environment info


Example

All these are shell commands.

docker-machine env to get the current default docker-machine configuration

eval $(docker-machine env) to get the current docker-machine configuration and set the current shell environment up to use this docker-machine with .

If your shell is set up to use a proxy, you can specify the --no-proxy option in order to bypass the proxy when connecting to your docker-machine: eval $(docker-machine env --no-proxy)

If you have multiple docker-machines, you can specify the machine name as argument: eval $(docker-machine env --no-proxy machinename)