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       conmon - container monitor utility


       conmon [options]


       conmon  is  a  command-line  program  for  monitoring  and managing the lifecycle of Linux
       containers that follow the Open Container Initiative (OCI) format.


       --api-version Conmon API version to use.

       -b, --bundle Location of the OCI Bundle path.

       -c, --cid Identification of Container.

       --exec-attach Attach to an exec session.

       -e, --exec Exec a command into a running container.

       --exec-process-spec Path to the process spec for execution.

       --exit-command Path to the program to execute when the container terminates its execution.

       --exit-command-arg Additional arguments to pass to the exit  command.   Can  be  specified
       multiple time.

       --exit-delay Delay before invoking the exit command (in seconds).

       --exit-dir Path to the directory where exit files are written.

       -h, --help Show help options.

       -i, --stdin Open up a pipe to pass stdin to the container.

       This  option  tells  conmon  to  setup  the pipe regardless of whether there is a terminal

       -l, --log-path Path to store all stdout and stderr messages from the container.

       --leave-stdin-open Leave stdin open when the attached client disconnects.

       --log-level Print debug logs based on the log level.

       --log-size-max Maximum size of the log file.

       --log-tag Additional tag to use for logging.

       -n, --name Container name.

       --no-new-keyring Do not create a new session keyring for the container.

       --no-pivot Do not use pivot_root.

       --no-sync-log Do not manually call sync on logs after container shutdown.

       -0, --persist-dir Persistent directory for a  container  that  can  be  used  for  storing
       container data.

       -p, --container-pidfile PID file for the initial pid inside of the container.

       -P, --conmon-pidfile PID file for the conmon process.

       -r, --runtime Path to store runtime data for the container.

       --replace-listen-pid Replace listen pid if set for oci-runtime pid.

       --restore Restore a container from a checkpoint.

       --runtime-arg  Additional  arguments  to  pass  to  the runtime. Can be specified multiple

       --runtime-opt Additional options to pass to the restore or exec command. Can be  specified
       multiple times.

       -s, --systemd-cgroup Enable systemd cgroup manager, rather then use the cgroupfs directly.

       --socket-dir-path Location of container attach sockets.

       --sync Keep the main conmon process as its child by only forking once.

       --syslog Log to syslog (use with cgroupfs cgroup manager).

       -t, --terminal Allocate a pseudo-TTY. The default is false.

       When set to true, conmon will allocate a pseudo-tty and attach  to  the standard  input of
       the container. This can be used, for example, to run a throwaway  interactive  shell.  The
       default is false.

       -T, --timeout Kill container after specified timeout in seconds.

       -u, --cuuid Specify the Container UUID to use.

       --version Print the version and exit.


       podman(1), buildah(1), cri-o(1), crun(8), runc(8)


       October     2020,     Originally     compiled     by     Dan    Walsh⟩

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