Provided by: open-infrastructure-container-tools_20220721-1_all
container-stop - Stop a container
container stop ['OPTIONS'] cnt t ['OPTIONS']
The container stop command stops a container by running the proper shutdown sequence.
The following container stop options are available: -n, --name='NAME': Specify container name. Specifying 'ALL' will stop all started container. -f, --force: Do not prompt before every stopping. -i, --interactive: Prompt before every stopping (default). -k, --kill: Instead of running the proper shutdown sequence, terminate all processes of the container imediatly. -v, --verbose: Explain what is being done.
Shutdown example.net container: sudo container stop -n example.net Shutdown example.net container without prompting: sudo container stop -n example.net -f Immediately stop example.net container: sudo container stop -n example.net -k Stop all container: sudo container stop -n ALL
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