runc-restore man page
runc restore — restore a container from a previous checkpoint runc restore [command options] Where " Restores the saved state of the container instance that was previously saved using the runc checkpoint command.
<container-id>" is the name for the instance of the container to be restored.
--image-path value path to criu image files for restoring
--work-path value path for saving work files and logs
--tcp-established allow open tcp connections
--ext-unix-sk allow external unix sockets
--shell-job allow shell jobs
--file-locks handle file locks, for safety
--manage-cgroups-mode value cgroups mode: 'soft' (default), 'full' and 'strict'
--bundle value, -b value path to the root of the bundle directory
--detach, -d detach from the container's process
--pid-file value specify the file to write the process id to
--no-subreaper disable the use of the subreaper used to reap reparented processes
--no-pivot do not use pivot root to jail process inside rootfs. This should be used whenever the rootfs is on top of a ramdisk
runc restore [command options]
Restores the saved state of the container instance that was previously saved using the runc checkpoint command.