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container-list - List container on the system

CONTAINER-LIST(1) Open Infrastructure CONTAINER-LIST(1)

NAME

container-list - List container on the system

SYNOPSIS

container list [OPTIONS]
 
container ls [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

The container list command lists container on the system.

OPTIONS

The following container options are available, defaults to --started --stopped:
-a, --all
List all available container (started, stopped, and other).
--csv-separator=SEPARATOR
Specify custom CSV separator, defaults to ,.
-f, --format=FORMAT
Use format to list container. Currently available formats are cli (default), csv, json, nwdiag, shell, sh, yaml, or xml.
-h, --host=HOSTNAME
List only container that are enabled for automatic start on the specified hostname. Defaults to list containers of the local system only. Using all shows all container regardless of any automatic start configuration.
--nwdiag-color=COLOR
Specify custom nwdiag color for the host box, defaults to #3465a4.
--nwdiag-label=LABEL
Specify custom nwdiag label for the diagram, defaults to empty.
-o, --other
List only container that are not enable for automatic start on the current system.
-s, --started
List only started container.
-t, --stopped
List only stopped container.

EXAMPLES

List all started and stopped containers of the local system:
sudo container list
List all started and other containers:
sudo container list -s -o
Create a CSV export of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f csv
Create a JSON export of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f json
Create a nwdiag export of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f nwdiag
Create a SVG image via nwdiag of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f nwdiag | nwdiag -T svg -o cnt-list.svg -
Create a shell export of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f shell sudo container list -f sh
Create a YAML export of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f yaml
Create a XML export of all started and stopped containers:
sudo container list -f xml

SEE ALSO

container-tools(7), container(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