No `echo` Output in `RUN` Command


$cat Dockerfile
FROM java:openjdk-8u72-jdk 

RUN echo "..."
RUN echo $FOO

Then I built it via docker build .:

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  • $docker images
    REPOSITORY          TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED              VIRTUAL SIZE
    <none>              <none>              sha256:02914        About a minute ago   642.8 MB
    java                openjdk-8u72-jdk    sha256:081ce        3 days ago           642.8 MB

    But, when I run it, I don’t see any echo:

    $docker run -it -e FOO='bar' sha256:02914

    Why don’t I see the two echo outputs?

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    RUN commands in your Dockerfile execute as part of the docker build process. They are for making changes to the image that you are creating. They are not executed when you start a container from the resulting image.

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