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package libcontainer
import (
type processOperations interface {
wait() (*os.ProcessState, error)
signal(sig os.Signal) error
pid() int
// Process specifies the configuration and IO for a process inside
// a container.
type Process struct {
// The command to be run followed by any arguments.
Args []string
// Env specifies the environment variables for the process.
Env []string
// User will set the uid and gid of the executing process running inside the container
// local to the container's user and group configuration.
User string
// Cwd will change the processes current working directory inside the container's rootfs.
Cwd string
// Stdin is a pointer to a reader which provides the standard input stream.
Stdin io.Reader
// Stdout is a pointer to a writer which receives the standard output stream.
Stdout io.Writer
// Stderr is a pointer to a writer which receives the standard error stream.
Stderr io.Writer
// ExtraFiles specifies additional open files to be inherited by the container
ExtraFiles []*os.File
// consolePath is the path to the console allocated to the container.
consolePath string
// Capabilities specify the capabilities to keep when executing the process inside the container
// All capabilities not specified will be dropped from the processes capability mask
Capabilities []string
// AppArmorProfile specifies the profile to apply to the process and is
// changed at the time the process is execed
AppArmorProfile string
// Label specifies the label to apply to the process. It is commonly used by selinux
Label string
// NoNewPrivileges controls whether processes can gain additional privileges.
NoNewPrivileges *bool
// Rlimits specifies the resource limits, such as max open files, to set in the container
// If Rlimits are not set, the container will inherit rlimits from the parent process
Rlimits []configs.Rlimit
ops processOperations
// Wait waits for the process to exit.
// Wait releases any resources associated with the Process
func (p Process) Wait() (*os.ProcessState, error) {
if p.ops == nil {
return nil, newGenericError(fmt.Errorf("invalid process"), NoProcessOps)
return p.ops.wait()
// Pid returns the process ID
func (p Process) Pid() (int, error) {
// math.MinInt32 is returned here, because it's invalid value
// for the kill() system call.
if p.ops == nil {
return math.MinInt32, newGenericError(fmt.Errorf("invalid process"), NoProcessOps)
return, nil
// Signal sends a signal to the Process.
func (p Process) Signal(sig os.Signal) error {
if p.ops == nil {
return newGenericError(fmt.Errorf("invalid process"), NoProcessOps)
return p.ops.signal(sig)
// IO holds the process's STDIO
type IO struct {
Stdin io.WriteCloser
Stdout io.ReadCloser
Stderr io.ReadCloser
// NewConsole creates new console for process and returns it
func (p *Process) NewConsole(rootuid int) (Console, error) {
console, err := NewConsole(rootuid, rootuid)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
p.consolePath = console.Path()
return console, nil
// ConsoleFromPath sets the process's console with the path provided
func (p *Process) ConsoleFromPath(path string) error {
if p.consolePath != "" {
return newGenericError(fmt.Errorf("console path already exists for process"), ConsoleExists)
p.consolePath = path
return nil