How to list available storage drivers in docker?

Info shows:

Storage Driver: vfs

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    How to list available drivers?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “How to list available storage drivers in docker?”

    You can’t get a list of available drivers by the command line (with a “service docker status” you can only see the one being used), you can learn about it on the documentation and proceed to configurate one of your choice, they don’t work “out of the box” but it’s just a question of OS configuration.

    P.D.: if want a quick workaround use a previous version like docker 12.3.

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