- testing 4.3.1+ds1-6+b2
- unstable 4.3.1+ds1-8+b1
- experimental 4.4.0+ds1-1
podman-system-service - Run an API service
podman system service [options]
The podman system service command creates a listening service that will answer API calls for Podman. You may optionally provide an endpoint for the API in URI form. For example, unix://tmp/foobar.sock or tcp:localhost:8080. If no endpoint is provided, defaults will be used. The default endpoint for a rootful service is unix:/run/podman/podman.sock and rootless is unix:/$XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/podman/podman.sock (for example unix:/run/user/1000/podman/podman.sock)
The REST API provided by podman system service is split into two parts: a compatibility layer offering support for the Docker v1.40 API, and a Podman-native Libpod layer. Documentation for the latter is available at https://docs.podman.io/en/latest/_static/api.html. Both APIs are versioned, but the server will not reject requests with an unsupported version set.
Note: The default systemd unit files (system and user) change the log-level option to info from error. This change provides additional information on each API call.
The time until the session expires in seconds. The default is 5 seconds. A value of 0 means no timeout, therefore the session will not expire.
Print usage statement.
Run an API listening for 5 seconds using the default socket.
podman system service --timeout 5000
podman(1), podman-system-service(1), podman-system-connection(1)
January 2020, Originally compiled by Brent Baudebbaude@redhat.com ⟨mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org⟩ November 2020, Updated by Jhon Honce