Provided by: lxc_0.7.2-1_i386
lxc-console - Launch a console for the specified container
lxc-console -n name [-t ttynum]
If the tty service has been configured and is available for the
container specified as parameter, this command will launch a console
allowing to log on the container.
The available tty are free slots taken by this command. That means if
the container has four ttys available and the command has been launched
four times taking the different tty, the fifth command will fail
because no console will be available.
The command will connect to a tty. If the connection is lost or broken,
the command can be launched again and regain the tty at the state it
was before the disconnection.
Specify the tty number to connect, if not specified a tty number
will be automatically choosen by the container.
These options are common to most of lxc commands.
-?, -h, --help
Print a longer usage message than normal.
Give the usage message
Output to an alternate log FILE. The default is no log.
Set log priority to LEVEL. The default log priority is ERROR.
Possible values are : FATAL, CRIT, WARN, ERROR, NOTICE, INFO,
Note that this option is setting the priority of the events log
in the alternate log file. It do not have effect on the ERROR
events log on stderr.
Use container identifier NAME. The container identifier format
is an alphanumeric string.
tty service denied
No tty is available or there is not enough privilege to use the
console. For example, the container belongs to user "foo" and
"bar" is trying to open a console to it.
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Daniel Lezcano <email@example.com>
26 July 2010 LXC-CONSOLE(1)