runC, a container runtime that implements their specification and serves as a basis for other higher-level tools. runC was first released in July 2015 as version 0.0.1 and it is included in RHEL 8.0 (2019) as a Docker replacement.
Ubuntu includes it on
containerd.io package together with
runC-like container runtime shares a single kernel instance across all containers in contrast to Clear Containers.
Runc is called by
checkpoint checkpoint a running container create create a container delete delete any resources held by the container often used with detached containers events display container events such as OOM notifications, cpu, memory, IO and network stats exec execute new process inside the container init initialize the namespaces and launch the process (do not call it outside of runc) kill kill sends the specified signal (default: SIGTERM) to the container's init process list lists containers started by runc with the given root pause pause suspends all processes inside the container ps displays the processes running inside a container restore restore a container from a previous checkpoint resume resumes all processes that have been previously paused run create and run a container spec create a new specification file start executes the user defined process in a created container state output the state of a container update update container resource constraints. https://github.com/opencontainers/runc/blob/master/man/runc-update.8.md help, h Shows a list of commands or help for one command
journalctl -u containerd
docker-compose, Docker Volumes, Docker images management, docker network,
docker volume inspect,
Dockerfile, Docker Engine release notes,
docker system prune, Docker Hub,
hostconfig.json, dockerd, logs, Docker logging, Backup,
apt remove docker.io,
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runc, Podman, buildah, skopeo, lxd, Container Registry, Service mesh, Windows Server containers, Containerpilot, CoreOS, CAdvisor, Containers networking, Container scanning