LSNS(8) System Administration LSNS(8)
lsns - list namespaces
lsns [options] namespace
lsns lists information about all the currently accessible namespaces or about the given namespace. The namespace identifier is an inode number. The default output is subject to change. So whenever possible, you should avoid using default outputs in your scripts. Always explicitly define expected output mode (--tree or --list) and columns by using the --output option together with a columns list in environments where a stable output is required. The NSFS column, printed when net is specified for the --type option, is special; it uses multi-line cells. Use the option --nowrap to switch to ","-separated single-line representation. Note that lsns reads information directly from the /proc filesystem and for non-root users it may return incomplete information. The current /proc filesystem may be unshared and affected by a PID namespace (see unshare --mount-proc for more details). lsns is not able to see persistent namespaces without processes where the namespace instance is held by a bind mount to /proc/pid/ns/type.
-J, --json Use JSON output format. -l, --list Use list output format. -n, --noheadings Do not print a header line. -o, --output list Specify which output columns to print. Use --help to get a list of all supported columns. The default list of columns may be extended if list is specified in the format +list (e.g., lsns -o +PATH). --output-all Output all available columns. -P, --persistent Display only the namespaces without processes (aka persistent namespaces), created by bind mounting /proc/pid/ns/type files to a filesystem path. -p, --task PID Display only the namespaces held by the process with this PID. -r, --raw Use the raw output format. -t, --type type Display the specified type of namespaces only. The supported types are mnt, net, ipc, user, pid, uts, cgroup and time. This option may be given more than once. -u, --notruncate Do not truncate text in columns. -W, --nowrap Do not use multi-line text in columns. -T, --tree rel Use tree-like output format. If process is given as rel, print process tree(s) in each name space. This is default when --tree is not specified. If parent is given, print tree(s) constructed by the parent/child relationship. If owner is given, print tree(s) constructed by the owner/owned relationship. owner is used as default when rel is omitted. -h, --help Display help text and exit. -V, --version Print version and exit.
Karel Zak <email@example.com>
nsenter(1), unshare(1), clone(2), namespaces(7), ioctl_ns(2), ip-netns(8)
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