Execute script in Docker container using Bash shell script

If you need to execute a script inside a Docker container using a Bash shell script, there are a few steps you can follow to make it happen.

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  1. Step 1: Create the Bash shell script
  2. Step 2: Make the Bash shell script executable
  3. Step 3: Run the Bash shell script

Step 1: Create the Bash shell script

Create a Bash shell script that will execute the script inside the Docker container. Here's an example:

#!/bin/bash
docker exec -it <container_name> sh -c 'sh /path/to/script.sh'

Replace <container_name> with the name of your Docker container and /path/to/script.sh with the path to the script you want to execute inside the container.

Step 2: Make the Bash shell script executable

Make the Bash shell script executable by running the following command:

chmod +x <script_name>.sh

Replace <script_name> with the name of your Bash shell script.

Step 3: Run the Bash shell script

Now you can run the Bash shell script by running the following command:

./<script_name>.sh

Replace <script_name> with the name of your Bash shell script.

By following these steps, you can execute a script inside a Docker container using a Bash shell script. This can be useful for automating tasks or running scripts inside a container without having to manually enter the container each time.

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