Get service file information using docker container id

I want to be able to get some information on the service file that created the docker process from the container id.

The flow:

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      for each container id on each record
         find the service name it was created with

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Get service file information using docker container id”

    The easiest way to do this is with the container names. Have myapp1.service contain docker run --name myapp1 as the ExecStart and then you’ll be able to find it with docker ps.

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