singularity man page

singularity — Linux container platform optimized for High Performance Computing (HPC) and Enterprise Performance Computing (EPC)

Examples (TL;DR)

Synopsis

singularity [global options...]

Description

Singularity containers provide an application virtualization layer enabling
 mobility of compute via both application and environment portability. With
 Singularity one is capable of building a root file system that runs on any
 other Linux system where Singularity is installed.

Options

-d, --debug[=false]

print debugging information (highest verbosity)

-h, --help[=false]

help for singularity

-q, --quiet[=false]

suppress normal output

-s, --silent[=false]

only print errors

-t, --tokenfile="/builddir/.singularity/sylabs-token"

path to the file holding your sylabs authentication token

-v, --verbose[=false]

print additional information

Example

  $ singularity help <command>
      Additional help for any Singularity subcommand can be seen by appending
      the subcommand name to the above command.

See Also

singularity-apps(1), singularity-build(1), singularity-cache(1), singularity-capability(1), singularity-exec(1), singularity-inspect(1), singularity-instance(1), singularity-key(1), singularity-oci(1), singularity-pull(1), singularity-push(1), singularity-run(1), singularity-run-help(1), singularity-search(1), singularity-shell(1), singularity-sign(1), singularity-test(1), singularity-verify(1), singularity-version(1)

History

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Referenced By

singularity-apps(1), singularity-build(1), singularity-cache(1), singularity-capability(1), singularity-exec(1), singularity-inspect(1), singularity-instance(1), singularity-key(1), singularity-oci(1), singularity-pull(1), singularity-push(1), singularity-run(1), singularity-run-help(1), singularity-search(1), singularity-shell(1), singularity-sign(1), singularity-test(1), singularity-verify(1), singularity-version(1).

Apr 2019 Auto generated by spf13/cobra