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iSulad is a lightweight container runtime daemon which is designed for IOT and Cloud infrastructure.
iSulad has the characteristics of light, fast and not limited by hardware specifications and architecture, and can be applied more widely.
To install iSulad, you can use
yum package manager command with
Install iSulad with yum
yum install -y iSulad
systemd service to start
systemctl start isulad # run the server with systemd command
You can use direct command to start
$ sudo isulad # run the server with default socket name and default log level and images manage function
iSulad provides command line
isulad to talk with server.
Here are some sample commands to manager containers.
List all containers in your own environment:
# list containers $ sudo isula ps -a
Create a container with busybox named
# create a container 'test' with image busybox $ sudo isula create -t -n test busybox
Start this container
# start the container 'test' $ sudo isula start test
Kill the container
# kill the container 'test' $ sudo isula kill test
Remove the container
# remove the container 'test' $ sudo isula rm test
Build requirements for developers are listed in build_guide
kubernetes are listed in integration.md
We always welcome new contributors. And we are happy to provide guidance for the new contributors. iSulad follows the kernel coding conventions. You can find a detailed introduction at:
iSulad is licensed under the Mulan PSL v2.