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       rkt-run - Run image(s) in a pod in rkt


       rkt run [--volume=name,kind=host,...] [--mount volume=VOL,target=PATH] IMAGE [--
       image-args...[---]]... [flags]


       IMAGE should be a string referencing an image; either a hash, local file on disk, or URL.
       They will be checked in that order and the first match will be used.

       Volumes are made available to the container via --volume. Mounts bind volumes into each
       image's root within the container via --mount. --mount is position-sensitive; occurring
       before any images applies to all images, occurring after any images applies only to the
       nearest preceding image. Per-app mounts take precedence over global ones if they have the
       same path.

       An "--" may be used to inhibit rkt run's parsing of subsequent arguments, which will
       instead be appended to the preceding image app's exec arguments. End the image arguments
       with a lone "---" to resume argument parsing.


           set the app's annotations (example: '--annotation=foo=bar')

           capability to remove (example: '--caps-remove=CAP_MKNOD')

           capability to retain (example: '--caps-retain=CAP_SYS_ADMIN')

           cpu limit for the preceding image (example: '--cpu=500m')

           cpu-shares assigns the specified CPU time share weight (example: '--cpu-shares=2048')

           name servers to write in /etc/resolv.conf. Pass 'host' to use host's resolv.conf. Pass
       'none' to ignore CNI DNS config

           DNS domain to write in /etc/resolv.conf

           DNS options to write in /etc/resolv.conf

           DNS search domains to write in /etc/resolv.conf

           set the app's environment variables (example: '--environment=foo=bar')

           override the exec command for the preceding image

           group override for the preceding image (example: '--group=group')

       -h, --help[=false]
           help for run

           pod's hostname. If empty, it will be "rkt-$PODUUID"

           Entries to add to the pod-wide /etc/hosts. Pass 'host' to use the host's /etc/hosts

           inherit all environment variables not set by apps

           run pod interactively. If true, only one image may be supplied.

           whether to stay in the host IPC namespace. Syntax: --ipc=[auto|private|parent]

           register pod with metadata service. needs network connectivity to the host

           memory limit for the preceding image (example: '--memory=16Mi', '--memory=50M',

           mount point binding a volume to a path within an app

           set the name of the app (example: '--name=foo'). If not set, then the app name default
       to the image's name

           configure the pod's networking. Optionally, pass a list of user-configured networks to
       load and set arguments to pass to each network, respectively. Syntax: --net[=n[:args],

           disable overlay filesystem

           oom-score-adj isolator override

           the path to the pod manifest. If it's non-empty, then only '--net', '--no-overlay' and
       '--interactive' will have effect

           ports to expose on the host (requires contained network). Syntax:

           run within user namespaces.

           when to pull an image

           if set, the app's rootfs will be mounted read-only

           seccomp filter override (example: '--seccomp mode=retain,errno=EPERM,chmod,chown')

           environment variable to set for all the apps in the form key=value, this will be
       overridden by --environment

           path to an environment variables file

           local signature file to use in validating the preceding image

           filename of an image in stage1 images directory to use as stage1

           hash of an image to use as stage1

           name of an image to use as stage1

           absolute or relative path to an image to use as stage1

           URL to an image to use as stage1

           supplementary group IDs override for the preceding image (examples:

           user override for the preceding image (example: '--user=user')

           set the app's annotations (example: '--user-annotation=foo=bar')

           set the app's labels (example: '--user-label=foo=bar')

           write out pod UUID to specified file

           volumes to make available in the pod

           override the working directory of the preceding image


           print out more debug information to stderr

           rkt data directory

           comma-separated list of security features to disable. Allowed values: "none", "image",
       "tls", "ondisk", "http", "pubkey", "capabilities", "paths", "seccomp", "all-fetch",
       "all-run", "all"

           local configuration directory

           system configuration directory

           automatically trust gpg keys fetched from https

           user configuration directory




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