Provided by: charliecloud_0.9.1-1_amd64 bug

NAME

       ch-ssh - Run a remote command in a Charliecloud container

SYNOPSIS

          $ CH_RUN_ARGS="NEWROOT [ARG...]"
          $ ch-ssh [OPTION...] HOST CMD [ARG...]

DESCRIPTION

       Runs  command  CMD  in  a  Charliecloud  container on remote host HOST. Use the content of
       environment variable CH_RUN_ARGS as the arguments to ch-run on the remote host.

       NOTE:
          Words in CH_RUN_ARGS are delimited by spaces only; it is not shell syntax.

EXAMPLE

       On host bar.example.com, run the command echo hello inside a Charliecloud container  using
       the unpacked image at /data/foo with starting directory /baz:

          $ hostname
          foo
          $ export CH_RUN_ARGS='--cd /baz /data/foo'
          $ ch-ssh bar.example.com -- hostname
          bar

REPORTING BUGS

       If  Charliecloud  was  obtained  from your Linux distribution, use your distribution’s bug
       reporting procedures.

       Otherwise, report bugs to: <https://github.com/hpc/charliecloud/issues>

SEE ALSO

       charliecloud(1)

       Full documentation at: <https://hpc.github.io/charliecloud>

AUTHOR

       Reid Priedhorsky, Tim Randles, and others

COPYRIGHT

       2014–2018, Los Alamos National Security, LLC

                                    2018-08-11 20:22 GMT+00:00                          CH-SSH(1)