What's a convenient way to have a docker image, started as
docker --rm ... be paused and resumed between reboots?
I don't want to keep the state, so I like to continue to be able to have the rm flag erase everything when i am done. But very few rare times i am not done when and I must reboot the OSX host.
Is there a convenient way, for those rare occasions, i can pause the container like i can on other virtualization platforms (virtualbox, vmware, etc) and resume after I boot up OSX again?