podman-pod-ps - Man Page

Print out information about pods

Synopsis

podman pod ps [options]

Description

podman pod ps lists the pods on the system. By default it lists:

StatusDescription
CreatedNo containers running nor stopped
Runningat least one container is running
StoppedAt least one container stopped and none running
ExitedAll containers stopped in pod
DeadError retrieving state

Options

--ctr-ids

Display the container IDs

--ctr-names

Display the container names

--ctr-status

Display the container statuses

--filter, -f=filter

Provide filter values.

The filters argument format is of key=value. If there is more than one filter, then pass multiple OPTIONS: --filter foo=bar --filter bif=baz.

Supported filters:

FilterDescription
ctr-idsFilter by container ID within the pod. (CID prefix match by default; accepts regex)
ctr-namesFilter by container name within the pod.
ctr-numberFilter by number of containers in the pod.
ctr-statusFilter by container status within the pod.
idFilter by pod ID. (Prefix match by default; accepts regex)
labelFilter by container with (or without, in the case of label!=[...] is used) the specified labels.
nameFilter by pod name.
networkFilter by network name or full ID of network.
statusFilter by pod status.
untilFilter by pods created before given timestamp.

The ctr-ids, ctr-names, id, name filters accept regex format.

The ctr-status filter accepts values: created, running, paused, stopped, exited, unknown.

The label filter accepts two formats. One is the label=key or label=key=value, which removes containers with the specified labels. The other format is the label!=key or label!=key=value, which removes containers without the specified labels.

The until filter can be Unix timestamps, date formatted timestamps, or Go duration strings (e.g. 10m, 1h30m) computed relative to the machine’s time.

The status filter accepts values: stopped, running, paused, exited, dead, created, degraded.

--format=format

Pretty-print containers to JSON or using a Go template

Valid placeholders for the Go template are listed below:

PlaceholderDescription
.CgroupCgroup path of pod
.ContainerIdsComma-separated list of container IDs in the pod
.ContainerNamesComma-separated list of container names in the pod
.ContainerStatusesComma-separated list of container statuses
.CreatedCreation time of pod
.IDContainer ID
.InfraIDPod infra container ID
.LabelsAll the labels assigned to the pod
.NameName of pod
.NetworksShow all networks connected to the infra container
.NumberOfContainersShow the number of containers attached to pod
.RestartsShow the total number of container restarts in a pod
.StatusStatus of pod

--help, -h

Print usage statement

--latest, -l

Show the latest pod created (all states) (This option is not available with the remote Podman client, including Mac and Windows (excluding WSL2) machines)

--namespace, --ns

Display namespace information of the pod

--no-trunc

Do not truncate the output (default false).

--noheading, -n

Omit the table headings from the listing.

--quiet, -q

Print the numeric IDs of the pods only

--sort

Sort by created, ID, name, status, or number of containers

Default: created

Examples

$ podman pod ps
POD ID         NAME              STATUS    CREATED          INFRA ID       # OF CONTAINERS
00dfd6fa02c0   jolly_goldstine   Running   31 hours ago     ba465ab0a3a4   1
f4df8692e116   nifty_torvalds    Created   10 minutes ago   331693bff40a   2
$ podman pod ps --ctr-names
POD ID         NAME              STATUS    CREATED          INFRA ID       NAMES
00dfd6fa02c0   jolly_goldstine   Running   31 hours ago     ba465ab0a3a4   loving_archimedes
f4df8692e116   nifty_torvalds    Created   10 minutes ago   331693bff40a   thirsty_hawking,wizardly_golick
$ podman pod ps --ctr-status --ctr-names --ctr-ids
POD ID         NAME              STATUS    CREATED          INFRA ID       IDS                         NAMES                             STATUS
00dfd6fa02c0   jolly_goldstine   Running   31 hours ago     ba465ab0a3a4   ba465ab0a3a4                loving_archimedes                 running
f4df8692e116   nifty_torvalds    Created   10 minutes ago   331693bff40a   331693bff40a,8e428daeb89e   thirsty_hawking,wizardly_golick   configured,configured
$ podman pod ps --format "{{.ID}}  {{.ContainerNames}}  {{.Cgroup}}"
00dfd6fa02c0   loving_archimedes   /libpod_parent
f4df8692e116   thirsty_hawking,wizardly_golick   /libpod_parent
$ podman pod ps --sort id --filter ctr-number=2
POD ID         NAME             STATUS    CREATED          INFRA ID       # OF CONTAINERS
f4df8692e116   nifty_torvalds   Created   10 minutes ago   331693bff40a   2
$ podman pod ps  --ctr-ids
POD ID         NAME              STATUS    CREATED          INFRA ID       IDS
00dfd6fa02c0   jolly_goldstine   Running   31 hours ago     ba465ab0a3a4   ba465ab0a3a4
f4df8692e116   nifty_torvalds    Created   10 minutes ago   331693bff40a   331693bff40a,8e428daeb89e
$ podman pod ps --no-trunc --ctr-ids
POD ID                                                             NAME              STATUS    CREATED          INFRA ID                                                           IDS
00dfd6fa02c0a2daaedfdf8fcecd06f22ad114d46d167d71777224735f701866   jolly_goldstine   Running   31 hours ago     ba465ab0a3a4e15e3539a1e79c32d1213a02b0989371e274f98e0f1ae9de7050   ba465ab0a3a4e15e3539a1e79c32d1213a02b0989371e274f98e0f1ae9de7050
f4df8692e116a3e6d1d62572644ed36ca475d933808cc3c93435c45aa139314b   nifty_torvalds    Created   10 minutes ago   331693bff40a926b6d52b184e116afd15497610c378d5d4c42945dd6e33b75b0   331693bff40a926b6d52b184e116afd15497610c378d5d4c42945dd6e33b75b0,8e428daeb89e69b71e7916a13accfb87d122889442b5c05c2d99cf94a3230e9d
$ podman pod ps --ctr-names
POD ID         NAME   STATUS    CREATED        INFRA ID       NAMES
314f4da82d74   hi     Created   17 hours ago   a9f2d2165675   jovial_jackson,hopeful_archimedes,vibrant_ptolemy,heuristic_jennings,keen_raman,hopeful_newton,mystifying_bose,silly_lalande,serene_lichterman ...

pod ps

Print a list of pods

See Also

podman(1), podman-pod(1)

History

July 2018, Originally compiled by Peter Hunt pehunt@redhat.com ⟨mailto:pehunt@redhat.com⟩

Referenced By

podman-pod(1).

The man page docker-pod-ps(1) is an alias of podman-pod-ps(1).