The goal of Atomic is to provide a high level, coherent entrypoint to the
system, and fill in gaps.
atomic can make it easier to interact with container runtimes for different
kinds of containers, such as super-privileged and system containers.
The atomic host subcommand wraps rpm-ostree providing unified management.
|atomic||Atomic Management Tool|
|atomic-cluster||Manage cluster hosts|
|atomic-containers||operations on containers|
|atomic-diff||show the differences between two images|containers RPMs|
|atomic-host||Manage Atomic Host Commands|
|atomic-images||operations on container images|
|atomic-install||Execute Image Install Method|
|atomic-mount||Mount Images/Containers to Filesystem|
|atomic-pull||fetch an image locally|
|atomic-push||push Image to repository|
|atomic-rhost||Manage cluster hosts|
|atomic-run||Execute container image run method|
|atomic-scan||Scan for CVEs in a container or image|
|atomic-sign||atomic-sign- Create a signature for an image|
|atomic-stop||Execute container image stop method|
|atomic-storage||Manage container storage.|
|atomic-top||Run a top-like list of active container processes|
|atomic-trust||Manage system container trust policy|
|atomic-uninstall||Remove/Uninstall container/container image from system|