podman-remote.conf man page

podman-remote.conf — configuration file for the podman remote client

Description

The libpod.conf file is the default configuration file for all tools using libpod to manage containers.

The podman-remote.conf file is the default configuration file for the podman remote client.  It is in the TOML format.  It is primarily used to keep track of the user's remote connections.

Connection Options

destination = ""
 The hostname or IP address of the remote system

username = ""
 The username to use when connecting to the remote system

default = bool
 Denotes whether the connection is the default connection for the user.  The default connection
 is used when the user does not specify a destination or connection name to podman.

port = int
 Use an alternative port for the ssh connections.  The default port is 22.

identity_file = ""
 Use an alternative location for the ssh private key

ignore_hosts = bool
 Don't match the remote ssh host key with known hosts

Example

The following example depicts a configuration file with two connections.  One of the connections is designated as the default connection.

[connections]
    [connections.host1]
    destination = "host1"
    username = "homer"
    default = true

    [connections.host2]
    destination = "192.168.122.133"
    username = "fedora"
    port = 2222

Files

/$HOME/.config/containers/podman-remote.conf, default location for the podman remote configuration file

History

May 2019, Originally compiled by Brent Baudebbaude@redhat.com ⟨mailto:bbaude@redhat.com⟩

Referenced By

podman-remote(1).