I am trying to learn more about intermediate docker layers which are created while building an image.
I found this article:
To dig down into each layer of the image and view its contents you need to view the layers on the Docker host at:
At the time of this writing, if running Docker on OSX, the Docker host is actually a linux virtual machine called docker machine. On OSX you can ssh into the docker machine to view the aufs directory:
$ docker-machine ssh default
I found this docker-machine to be stopped, so I am not sure the information continue to be accurate.
Is default machine related to the one I can connect to to view the docker.log by doing: