Provided by: runc_1.1.2-0ubuntu1_amd64
runc-run - create and start a container
runc run [option ...] container-id
The run command creates an instance of a container from a bundle, and starts it. You can think of run as a shortcut for create followed by start.
--bundle|-b path Path to the root of the bundle directory. Default is current directory. --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 ⟨https://github.com/opencontainers/runc/blob/master/docs/terminals.md⟩. --detach|-d Detach from the container's process. --pid-file path Specify the file to write the initial container process' PID to. --no-subreaper Disable the use of the subreaper used to reap reparented processes. --no-pivot 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. --no-new-keyring Do not create a new session keyring for the container. This will cause the container to inherit the calling processes session key. --preserve-fds N Pass N additional file descriptors to the container (stdio + $LISTEN_FDS + N in total). Default is 0. --keep Keep container's state directory and cgroup. This can be helpful if a user wants to check the state (e.g. of cgroup controllers) after the container has exited. If this option is used, a manual runc delete is needed afterwards to clean an exited container's artefacts.