runc-exec man page

runc exec - execute new process inside the container

Synopsis

runc exec [command options] <container-id> -- <container command> [args...]

Where "<container-id>" is the name for the instance of the container and "<container command>" is the command to be executed in the container.

Example

For example, if the container is configured to run the linux ps command the following will output a list of processes running in the container:

   # runc exec <container-id> ps

Options

--console value              specify the pty slave path for use with the container
  --cwd value                  current working directory in the container
  --env value, -e value        set environment variables
  --tty, -t                    allocate a pseudo-TTY
  --user value, -u value       UID (format: <uid>[:<gid>])
  --process value, -p value    path to the process.json
  --detach, -d                 detach from the container's process
  --pid-file value             specify the file to write the process id to
  --process-label value        set the asm process label for the process commonly used with selinux
  --apparmor value             set the apparmor profile for the process
  --no-new-privs               set the no new privileges value for the process
  --cap value, -c value        add a capability to the bounding set for the process
  --no-subreaper               disable the use of the subreaper used to reap reparented processes