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       runc - Open Container Initiative runtime


       runc [global-option ...] command [command-option ...] [argument ...]


       runc  is  a  command  line  client for running applications packaged according to the Open
       Container Initiative (OCI) format and is a compliant implementation of the Open  Container
       Initiative specification.

       runc  integrates  well with existing process supervisors to provide a production container
       runtime environment for applications. It can be used with your existing process monitoring
       tools and the container will be spawned as a direct child of the process supervisor.

       Containers  are  configured  using  bundles.  A bundle for a container is a directory that
       includes a  specification  file  named  config.json  and  a  root  filesystem.   The  root
       filesystem contains the contents of the container.

       To run a new instance of a container:

              # runc run [ -b bundle ] container-id

       Where  container-id  is your name for the instance of the container that you are starting.
       The name you provide for the container instance must be unique on your host.

       Providing the bundle directory using -b is optional. The default value for bundle  is  the
       current directory.


              Checkpoint a running container. See runc-checkpoint(8).

       create Create a container. See runc-create(8).

       delete Delete any resources held by the container often used with detached containers. See

       events Display container events such as OOM notifications, cpu,  memory,  IO  and  network
              stats. See runc-events(8).

       exec   Execute a new process inside the container. See runc-exec(8).

       init   Initialize  the  namespaces  and launch the container init process. This command is
              not supposed to be used directly.

       kill   Send a specified signal to the container's init process. See runc-kill(8).

       list   List containers started by runc with the given --root. See runc-list(8).

       pause  Suspend all processes inside the container. See runc-pause(8).

       ps     Show processes running inside the container. See runc-ps(8).

              Restore a container from a previous checkpoint. See runc-restore(8).

       resume Resume all processes that have been previously paused. See runc-resume(8).

       run    Create and start a container. See runc-run(8).

       spec   Create a new specification file (config.json). See runc-spec(8).

       start  Start a container previously created by runc create. See runc-start(8).

       state  Show the container state. See runc-state(8).

       update Update container resource constraints. See runc-update(8).

       help, h
              Show a list of commands or help for a particular command.


       These options can be used with any command, and must precede the command.

              Enable debug logging.

       --log path
              Set the log destination to path. The default is to log to stderr.

       --log-format text|json
              Set the log format (default is text).

       --root path
              Set the root directory to store containers' state. The path should  be  located  on
              tmpfs. Default is /run/runc, or $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/runc for rootless containers.

       --criu path
              Set  the  path  to  the criu(8) binary used for checkpoint and restore.  Default is

              Enable systemd cgroup support. If this is set, the container spec (config.json)  is
              expected   to   have   cgroupsPath   value  in  the  slice:prefix:name  form  (e.g.

       --rootless true|false|auto
              Enable or disable rootless mode. Default is auto, meaning  to  auto-detect  whether
              rootless should be enabled.

              Show help.

              Show version.


       runc-checkpoint(8),  runc-create(8),  runc-delete(8),  runc-events(8), runc-exec(8), runc-
       kill(8), runc-list(8), runc-pause(8), runc-ps(8), runc-restore(8),  runc-resume(8),  runc-
       run(8), runc-spec(8), runc-start(8), runc-state(8), runc-update(8).