How can I tell if docker has frozen?

Docker comments like

docker-compose run -d import-external

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    and there’s no indication of whether it has frozen or is simply in the middle of a large download. Is there any way to get a progress indicator?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “How can I tell if docker has frozen?”

    The ideal way of starting would be to build the container first and then run the up/run commands. That way the image download happens first with a progress indicator and the up/run without the -d option will show the logs too. If you do need to use the -d option, you can use the docker-compose logs -f command to see the logs.

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