|CONTAINER-UPDATE(1)||General Commands Manual||CONTAINER-UPDATE(1)|
container-update - Update the packages installed in a container
container update ['OPTIONS'] cnt u ['OPTIONS']
The container update command updates packages installed in a container.
The following container update options are available:
- -n, --name='NAME':
- Specify container name. Specifying 'ALL' will start all stopped container.
- -f, --full-upgrade:
- Runs an additional 'apt full-upgrade' after 'apt upgrade'.
- -i, --interactive:
- Prompt before every container update.
- -r, --autoremove:
- Runs an additional 'apt autoremove' after 'apt upgrade'.
- -p, --purge:
- Passing '--purge' to 'apt autoremove'.
- Passing 'yes' to all questions asked by the package manager.
Update example.net container (apt update && apt upgrade):
Update example.net container without asking questions (apt update && apt --yes upgrade):
Full update of example.net container without asking questions (apt update && apt --yes upgrade && apt --yes full-upgrade):
Full update of all container on the host, with asking questions and purging unused packages (apt update && apt upgrade && apt full-upgrade && apt autoremove):
More information about compute-tools and the Open Infrastructure project can be found on the homepage (https://open-infrastructure.net).
Bug reports, feature requests, help, patches, support and everything else are welcome on the Open Infrastructure Software Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Debian specific bugs can also be reported in the Debian Bug Tracking System (https://bugs.debian.org).
compute-tools were written by Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> and others.