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Docker 1.10
docker-1.10.0-dev daemon -D --graph=/var/lib/docker-dev --host unix:///var/run/docker-dev.sock
The *'''graph* ''' and *'''host* ''' options will prevent colliding with an existing installation of Docker, but you can replace your existing docker if desired. In another shell, you can then connect to that daemon:
docker-1.10.0-dev --host unix:///var/run/docker-dev.sock run -d busybox top
=== Dependencies ===
In addition to downloading the binary above (or compiling one yourself), you need *'''CRIU* ''' installed on your system, with at least version 2.0. You also need some shared libraries on your system. The most likely things you'll need to install are *'''libprotobuf-c* ''' and *'''libnl-3*'''. Here's an output of <code>ldd</code> on my system:
# ldd `which criu`
=== restore ===
Like *'''checkpoint*''', *'''restore* ''' is a top level command in this version of Docker. Continuing our example, let's restore the same container:
docker restore looper
If we then print the logs, you should see they start from where we left off and continue to increase.
==== Restoring into a *'''new* ''' container ====
Beyond the straightforward case of checkpointing and restoring the same container, it's also possible to checkpoint one container, and then restore the checkpoint into a completely different container. Right now that is done with the <code>--force</code> option, in conjunction with the <code>--image-dir</code> option. Here's a slightly revised example from before:

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