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package volume
import (
type inspectOptions struct {
format string
names []string
func newInspectCommand(dockerCli *command.DockerCli) *cobra.Command {
var opts inspectOptions
cmd := &cobra.Command{
Use: "inspect [OPTIONS] VOLUME [VOLUME...]",
Short: "Display detailed information on one or more volumes",
Long: inspectDescription,
Args: cli.RequiresMinArgs(1),
RunE: func(cmd *cobra.Command, args []string) error {
opts.names = args
return runInspect(dockerCli, opts)
cmd.Flags().StringVarP(&opts.format, "format", "f", "", "Format the output using the given Go template")
return cmd
func runInspect(dockerCli *command.DockerCli, opts inspectOptions) error {
client := dockerCli.Client()
ctx := context.Background()
getVolFunc := func(name string) (interface{}, []byte, error) {
i, err := client.VolumeInspect(ctx, name)
return i, nil, err
return inspect.Inspect(dockerCli.Out(), opts.names, opts.format, getVolFunc)
var inspectDescription = `
Returns information about one or more volumes. By default, this command renders
all results in a JSON array. You can specify an alternate format to execute a
given template is executed for each result. Go's
package describes all the details of the format.