runc restore - restore a container from a previous checkpoint
runc restore [command options]
Where “” is the name for the instance of the container to be restored.
Restores the saved state of the container instance that was previously saved using the runc checkpoint command.
--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