Jump to: navigation, search

Advanced usage

389 bytes added, 14:01, 18 September 2012
no edit summary
By default crtools puts all logs into one log file specified by <code>-o/--log-file</code> option. If you want to split restoration logs on per-pid basis you can use the <code>--log-pid</code> option. The <code>${pid}</code> task's logs will appear in a <code>${log-file}.pid</code>
== Knowing a new pid of restored task ==
When you restore a process tree with <code>-n/--namespaces pid</code> option the pid of a new task will be generated by the system (since the pids sitting in image files are treated as virtual, i.e. seen in namespace ones). To find this pid out you can use the <code>--pidfile <file></code> option to make crtools put the new pid into a pidfile.

Navigation menu