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       dumb-init - a minimal init system for Linux containers


       dumb-init [option] command [[arg] ...]


       dumb-init v1.2.1

       dumb-init  is  a  simple  process  supervisor  that  forwards  signals to children.  It is
       designed to run as PID1 in minimal container environments.

   Optional arguments:
       -c, --single-child
              Run in single-child mode.  In this mode, signals are only  proxied  to  the  direct
              child and not any of its descendants.

       -r, --rewrite s:r
              Rewrite received signal s to new signal r before proxying.  To ignore (not proxy) a
              signal, rewrite it to 0.  This option can be specified multiple times.

       -v, --verbose
              Print debugging information to stderr.

       -h, --help
              Print this help message and exit.

       -V, --version
              Print the current version and exit.

       Full help is available online at


       dumb-init was primarily developed at Yelp.
       For a full list of contributors, see