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incus.exec - Man Page

Execute commands in instances


incus exec [:] [flags] [--]


 Execute commands in instances

The command is executed directly using exec, so there is no shell and
 shell patterns (variables, file redirects, ...) won't be understood.
 If you need a shell environment you need to execute the shell
 executable, passing the shell commands as arguments, for example:

incus exec <instance> -- sh -c "cd /tmp && pwd"

Mode defaults to non-interactive, interactive mode is selected if both stdin AND stdout are terminals (stderr is ignored).


--cwd="" Directory to run the command in (default /root)``

-n, --disable-stdin[=false] Disable stdin (reads from /dev/null)

--env=[] Environment variable to set (e.g. HOME=/home/foo)``

-t, --force-interactive[=false] Force pseudo-terminal allocation

-T, --force-noninteractive[=false] Disable pseudo-terminal allocation

--group=0 Group ID to run the command as (default 0)``

--mode="auto" Override the terminal mode (auto, interactive or non-interactive)``

--user=0 User ID to run the command as (default 0)``

Options Inherited from Parent Commands

--debug[=false] Show all debug messages

--force-local[=false] Force using the local unix socket

-h, --help[=false] Print help

--project="" Override the source project``

-q, --quiet[=false] Don't show progress information

--sub-commands[=false] Use with help or --help to view sub-commands

-v, --verbose[=false] Show all information messages

--version[=false] Print version number

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