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       runc-restore - restore a container from a previous checkpoint


       runc restore [option ...] container-id


       Restores the container instance from a previously performed runc checkpoint.


       --console-socket path
              Path  to  an  AF_UNIX   socket which will receive a file descriptor referencing the
              master   end    of    the    console's    pseudoterminal.     See    docs/terminals

       --image-path path
              Set path to get criu image files to restore from.

       --work-path path
              Set  path  for  saving  criu work files and logs. The default is to reuse the image
              files directory.

              Allow checkpoint/restore of established TCP connections. See criu  --tcp-establised
              option ⟨⟩.

              Allow  checkpoint/restore  of  external unix sockets. See criu --ext-unix-sk option

              Allow checkpoint/restore of shell jobs.

              Allow  checkpoint/restore   of   file   locks.   See   criu   --file-locks   option

       --manage-cgroups-mode soft|full|strict.
              Cgroups    mode.    Default    is    soft.   See   criu   --manage-cgroups   option

       --bundle|-b path
              Path to the root of the bundle directory. Default is current directory.

              Detach from the container's process.

       --pid-file path
              Specify the file to write the initial container process' PID to.

              Disable the use of the subreaper used to reap reparented processes.

              Do not use pivot root to jail process inside rootfs. This should not be used except
              in exceptional circumstances, and may be unsafe from the security standpoint.

       --empty-ns namespace
              Create  a  namespace,  but don't restore its properties. See criu --empty-ns option

              Enable  auto  deduplication  of  memory  images.  See  criu   --auto-dedup   option

              Use  lazy  migration mechanism. This requires a running criu lazy-pages daemon. See
              criu --lazy-pages option ⟨⟩.

       --lsm-profile type:label
              Specify an LSM profile to be used during restore. Here type can either be apparamor
              or   selinux,   and  label  is  a  valid  LSM  label.  For  example,  --lsm-profile
              "selinux:system_u:system_r:container_t:s0:c82,c137".  By default, the  checkpointed
              LSM profile is used upon restore.

       --lsm-mount-context context
              Specify  an  LSM  mount  context  to  be  used  during restore. Only mounts with an
              existing context will have their context replaced. With this option it is  possible
              to change SELinux mount options. Instead of mounting with the checkpointed context,
              the  specified  context   will   be   used.    For   example,   --lsm-mount-context


       criu(8), runc-checkpoint(8), runc(8).