Committing setup configuration changes with Confluence Docker image

Trying to use the Atlassian Confluence Docker image.  I can get it set up, configured and working with a linked external Docker based Postgres database.  I can shutdown/start the running image and the configuration/setup persist.  I try to "docker commit" the running instance to a new Image.  The new image when Docker run -d p=8090:8090 new/confluenceserver starts as if its an unconfigured/unlicensed instance.  I'm new to Docker but I thought "docker commit" would save state of running Docker confluence instance.  Any help would be appreciatedl

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Depending on the Docker Setup some data may be stored in a Volume which means it's not part of any commits you make. Volumes offer better performance and are often used to store data that changes  while the application runs.

Maybe have a loot at this.

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