Docker has changed our world. A very useful component in the toolbox of any Software Engineer or perhaps, any forward-thinking company. What is Docker? Why Docker? and other questions relating to the topic starts here: Docker

Sometimes, you are just too annoyed with the state of your machine and need to stop all running containers, here is a simple command:

#stop all running docker containers
docker stop $(docker ps -a -q)
#remove all docker containers
docker rm $(docker ps -a -q)

Unfortunately, that’s still not enough for the lazy engineer, simply add this as an alias in your bash/zsh profile and then you can call that command in a consistent and easy manner.

#!/usr/bin sh 
#I am either .bashrc or .zshrc or .bash_profile or whatever profile you use
alias docker_stop_all='docker stop $(docker ps -a -q)'
alias docker_remove_all='docker rm $(docker ps -a -q)'

Hope this helps.