The goal of Atomic is to provide a high level, coherent entrypoint to the
system, and fill in gaps.
For Docker, atomic can make it easier to interact with special kinds of
containers, such as super-privileged debugging tools and the like.
The atomic host subcommand wraps rpm-ostree, currently just providing a
friendlier name, but in the future Atomic may provide more unified
atomic-cluster atomic cluster [Options] SUBCOMMAND atomic cluster will issue commands to a Commissaire server over HTTP. Commissaire allows administrators of a Kubernetes... atomic-containers atomic containers delete, delete specified container image from the system. Using --all will delete all the installed containers. list list containers on your... atomic-diff atomic diff will compare the files found in two different images or containers and output to stdout or as JSON. By default, the comparison is done on the file... atomic-host atomic host [Options] COMMAND This command is a high-level wrapper for the underlying rpm-ostree tool which can perform upgrades, rollbacks, and system state... atomic-images atomic images COMMAND [OPTIONS] [IMAGES...] atomic images allows the user to view and operate on container images in a docker registry. atomic-install atomic install attempts to read the LABEL INSTALL field in the container IMAGE, if this field does not exist, atomic install will install the IMAGE. If the... atomic-mount atomic mount attempts to mount the underlying filesystem of a container or image into the host filesystem. Accepts one of image UUID, container UUID, container... atomic-pull atomic pull, will fetch a remote image and store it locally. You can pull an image from a docker registry (like docker.io) to your local docker daemon with... atomic-push atomic push will push the image to the repository. Defaults to docker repository; can also upload to satellite or pulp repository. atomic-rhost atomic rhost [Options] SUBCOMMAND atomic rhost will issue commands to a Commissaire server over HTTP. Commissaire allows administrators of a Kubernetes, Atomic... atomic-run atomic run attempts to start an existing container or run a container from an image, first reading the LABEL RUN field in the container IMAGE. If the container... atomic-scan atomic scan will scan the a container or image looking for known Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures(CVEs) by default. It can also scan paths on the host... atomic-sign atomic sign will create a local signature for one or more local images that have been pulled from a registry. By default, the signature will be written into a... atomic-stop atomic stop attempts to stop a running container, first reading the LABEL STOP field in the container IMAGE. If the container image has a LABEL STOP instruction... atomic-storage atomic storage COMMAND [OPTIONS] atomic storage allows the user to easily manage container storage. You can reset your container environment back to its initial... atomic-top Atomic top displays an interactive, top-like view of the processes running in active containers. While in the interactive view, you can sort the columns of... atomic-trust atomic trust manages the trust policy of the host system. Trust policy describes a registry scope (registry and/or repository) that must be signed by public... atomic-uninstall atomic uninstall attempts to read the LABEL UNINSTALL field in the container IMAGE, if this field does not exist atomic uninstall will just uninstall the image... atomic-unmount atomic unmount will unmount a container/image previously mounted with atomic mount. If the UID of the user is not zero, i.e. if the user is not root, it will... atomic-update atomic update will pull the latest update of the image from the repository. If a container based on this image exists, the container will continue to use the...