I want to determine which "Date tag" a running instance of docker-R/Bioconductor has. I started the instance without supplying a date tag and now want to figure out which data tag it has (to make my analysis more reproducible).
I am following the example from "Docker and Bioconductor", section 7.2 Reproducibility (http://bioconductor.org/help/course-materials/2015/BioC2015/docker_and_bioconductor.html#reproducibility):
docker run -ti --rm bioconductor/devel_base
and then I type in a different bash instance:
As output I get:
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES 438916e74438 bioconductor/devel_base "/usr/bin/supervisord" 9 seconds ago Up 8 seconds 8787/tcp cocky_visvesvaraya
Unlike in the tutorial example, there is simply no date tag included! How can I figure out the date tag in this situation?