podman-system-connection-add - Man Page

Record destination for the Podman service

Synopsis

podman system connection add [options] name destination

Description

Record ssh destination for remote podman service(s). The ssh destination is given as one of:
- [user@]hostname[:port]
- ssh://[user@]hostname[:port]

The user will be prompted for the remote ssh login password or key file pass phrase as required. The ssh-agent is supported if it is running.

Options

--default=false, -d

Make the new destination the default for this user.

--identity=path

Path to ssh identity file. If the identity file has been encrypted, Podman prompts the user for the passphrase. If no identity file is provided and no user is given, Podman defaults to the user running the podman command. Podman prompts for the login password on the remote server.

--port=port, -p

Port for ssh destination. The default value is 22.

--socket-path=path

Path to the Podman service unix domain socket on the ssh destination host

Example

$ podman system connection add QA podman.example.com

$ podman system connection add --identity ~/.ssh/dev_rsa production ssh://root@server.example.com:2222

See Also

podman-system(1) , podman-system-connection(1) , containers.conf(5)

History

June 2020, Originally compiled by Jhon Honce (jhonce at redhat dot com)

Referenced By

podman-system-connection(1).

The man page docker-system-connection-add(1) is an alias of podman-system-connection-add(1).