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container - Manage systemd-nspawn containers

CONTAINER(1) Open Infrastructure CONTAINER(1)

NAME

container - Manage systemd-nspawn containers

SYNOPSIS

container COMMAND [OPTIONS] container COMMAND1, COMMAND2,... COMMANDn

DESCRIPTION

container-tools provides the system integration for managing containers using systemd-nspawn.

OPTIONS

The following container common options are available:
-n, --name=NAME
Specify container name.

COMMANDS

The following container commands are available:
create
Create a new container, see container-create(1).
start
Start a container, see container-start(1).
restart
Restart a container, see container-restart(1).
stop
Stop a container, see container-stop(1).
remove
Remove a container, see container-remove(1).
move
Rename a container, see container-move(1).
console
Attach console to a container, see container-console(1).
enter
Enter a container namespace, see container-enter(1).
key
Manage GnuPG keyring for container operations, see container-key(1).
limit
Limit ressources of a container, see container-limit(1).
list
List container on the system, see container-list(1).
status
Show container status, see container-status(1).
top
Dynamic list of container on the system, see container-top(1).
version
Show container-tools version, see container-version(1).

FILES

The following files are used:
/etc/container-tools
Container configuration files.
/usr/bin/container, /usr/bin/cnt
Container program.
/usr/bin/container-shell, /usr/bin/cntsh
Container shell program.
/usr/lib/container-tools
Container commands.
/usr/share/container-tools
Container shared data.
/usr/share/doc/container-tools
Container documentation files.
/var/lib/machines
Container root directory.
/var/log/container-tools
Container log files.

SEE ALSO

machinectl(1), systemd-nspawn(1).

HOMEPAGE

More information about container-tools and the Open Infrastructure project can be found on the homepage at https://open-infrastructure.net.

CONTACT

Bug reports, feature requests, help, patches, support and everything else are welcome on the Open Infrastructure Software Mailing List <software@lists.open-infrastructure.net>.
 
Debian specific bugs can also be reported in the Debian Bug Tracking System at https://bugs.debian.org.

AUTHORS

container-tools was written by Daniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@open-infrastructure.net>.
20171101 container-tools