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This is planned to be the final -rc release of runc. While we really
haven't followed the rules for release candidates (with huge features
introduced each release, and with massive gaps between releases) the
hope is that once we've release 1.0.0 we will be much more liberal with
releases in future. Let's see how that pans out. :P

Features:

  • Support cgroups in rootless containers. This is a continuation of the
    previous work done, and allows for users that have specialised setups
    (such as having the LXC pam_cg.so module set up) to use cgroups with
    rootless containers. #1540
  • Add support for newuidmap and newgidmap with rootless containers.
    This is a continuation of some previous work, and allows users that
    have /etc/sub{uid,gid} configured to use the shadow-utils setuid
    helpers. Note that this support doesn't restrict users that don't want
    to use setuid binaries at all. #1529
  • runc will now use a chroot when mount namespaces aren't provided in
    the config.json. While chroot does have its (many) downsides, this
    does allow for specialised configurations to work properly. #1702
  • Expose annotations to hooks, so that the hook can have more direct
    information about the container it is being run against. #1687
  • Add "runc exec --additional-gids" support. #1608
  • Allow more signals to be sent with "runc kill" than are defined by
    Go's syscall package. #1706
  • Emit an error if users try to use MS_PRIVATE with --no-pivot, as that
    is simply not safe. #1606
  • Add support for "unbindable" and "runbindable" as rootfs propagation.
    #1655
  • Implement intelrdt support in runc. #1279 #1590
  • Add support for lazy migration with CRIU. This includes the addition
    of "runc checkpoint httpd" which acts as a remote pagefault request
    server. #1541
  • Add MIPS support. #1475

Fixes:

  • Delay seccomp application as late as possible, to reduce the syscall
    footprint of runc on profiles. #1569

  • Fix --read-only containers with user namespaces, which would
    previously fail under Docker because of privilege problems when trying
    to do the read-only remount. #1572

  • Switch away from stateDirFd entirely. This is an improvement over the
    protections we added for CVE-2016-9962, and protects against many
    other possible container escape bugs. #1570

  • Handle races between "runc start" and "runc delete" over the exec FIFO
    correctly, and avoid blocking "runc start" indefinitely. #1698

  • Correctly generate seccomp profiles that place requirements on syscall
    arguments, as well as multi-argument restrictions. #1616 #1424

  • Prospective patch for remounting of old-root during pivot_root. This
    is intended to solve one of the many "mount leak" bugs that have been
    popping up recently -- caused by lots of container churn and host
    mounts being pinned during container setup. #1500

  • Fix "runc exec" on big-endian architectures. #1727

  • Correct systemd slice expansion to work with cAdvisor. #1722

  • Fix races against systemd cgroup scope creation. #1683

  • Do not wait for signalled processes if libcontainer is running in a
    process that is a subreaper. #1678

  • Remove dependency on libapparmor entirely, and just use
    /proc/$pid/attr directly. #1675

  • Improvements to our integration tests. #1661 #1629 #1528

  • Handle systemd's quirky CPUQuotaPerSecUSec handling in
    fractions-of-a-percent edge-cases. #1651

  • Remove docker/docker import in runc by moving the package to runc.
    #1644

  • Switch from docker's pkg/symlink to cyphar/filepath-securejoin. #1622

  • Enable integration and unit tests on arm64. #1642 #1640

  • Add /proc/scsi to masked paths (mirror of Docker's CVE-2017-16539).
    #1641

  • Add several tests for specconv. #1626 #1619

  • Add more extensive tests for terminal handling. #1357

  • Always write freezer state during retry-loop, to avoid an indefinite
    hang when new tasks are spawned in the container. #1610

  • Create cwd when it doesn't exist in the container. #1604

  • Set initial console size based on process spec, to avoid SIGWINCH
    races where initial console size is completely wrong. #1275

  • Small fixes for static builds. #1579 #1577

  • Use epoll for PTY IO, to avoid issues with systemd's SAK protections.
    #1455

  • Update state.json after a "runc update". #1558

  • Switch to umoci's release scripts, to use a more "standardised" and
    distribution-friendly release scheme. Several makefile-fixes included
    as well. #1554 #1542 #1555

  • Reap "runc:[1:CHILD]" to avoid intermediate zombies building up. #1506

  • Use CRIU's RPC to check the version. #1535

  • Always save own namespace paths rather than the path given during
    start-up, to avoid issues where the path disappears afterwards. #1477

  • Fix that we incorrectly set the owners of devices. This is still (subtly)
    broken in user namespaces, but will be fixed in a future version. #1743

  • Lots of other miscellaneous fixes and cleanups, many of which were
    written by first-time contributors. Thanks for contributing, and
    welcome to the project! #1729 #1724 #1695 #1685 #1703 #1699 #1682
    #1665 #1667 #1669 #1654 #1664 #1660 #1645 #1640 #1621 #1607 #1206
    #1615 #1614 #1453 #1613 #1600 #1599 #1598 #1597 #1593 #1586 #1588
    #1587 #1589 #1575 #1578 #1573 #1561 #1560 #1559 #1556 #1551 #1553
    #1548 #1544 #1545 #1537

Removals:

  • Andrej Vagin stepped down as a maintainer. Thanks for all of your hard
    work Andrej, and have fun working on your other projects! #1543

Thanks to all of the contributors that made this release possible:

Vote: +5 -0 #2
Signed-off-by: Aleksa Sarai asarai@suse.de

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Features:

  • runc now supports v1.0.0 of the OCI runtime specification. #1527
  • Rootless containers support has been released. The current state of
    this feature is that it only supports single-{uid,gid} mappings as an
    unprivileged user, and cgroups are completely unsupported. Work is
    being done to improve this. #774
  • Rather than relying on CRIU version nnumbers, actually check if the
    system supports pre-dumping. #1371
  • Allow the PIDs cgroup limit to be updated. #1423
  • Add support for checkpoint/restore of containers with orphaned PTYs
    (which is effectively all containers with terminal=true). #1355
  • Permit prestart hooks to modify the cgroup configuration of a
    container. #1239
  • Add support for a wide variety of mount options. #1460
  • Expose memory.use_hierarchy in MemoryStats. #1378

Fixes:

Removals:

  • Remove any semblance of non-Linux support. #1502
  • We no longer use shfmt for testing. #1510

Thanks to all of the contributors that made this release possible:

Vote-Closed: [Wed Aug 9 05:28:38 UTC 2017]
Vote-Results: [+5 -0 /2]

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Features:

  • Add slice management support to the systemd cgroup driver. Checks are
    done to make sure that systemd supports the feature. #1084
  • Support for readonly mount labels. #1112
  • Add a tmpcopyup mount extension for tmpfs mounts that are mounted over
    already existing directories, allowing for the contents of a volume to
    be copied up transparently. #845
  • Switch our pivot_root usage to no longer require temporary
    directories, improving the state of containters running in entirely
    readonly contexts. #1125 #1148
  • Allow updating of rt_period_us and rt_runtime_us in cpuacct cgroup.
  • Reimplement console handling to use AF_UNIX sockets such that the
    console is created inside the container's (namespaced) devpts
    instance, solving a wide variety of historical pty bugs with runC.
    #1018 #1356
  • Support overlayfs in mounts. #1314
  • Support creating devices with types 'p' and 'u'. #1321
  • Add --preserve-fds=N to create and run commands. #1320
  • Add pre-dump and parent-path to checkpoint. #1001
  • Update to runtime-spec v1.0.0-rc5. #1370

Fixes:

  • Remove check for binding to /. #1090
  • Ensure we log to logrus on command errors. #1089
  • Don't enable kmem limits if they're not specified in the config. #1095
  • Handle cases where specs.Resources.* members would cause null
    dereferences. #1111 #1116
  • Fix bugs in the GetProcessStartTime implementation. #1136
  • Make sysctl config validation checks handle network namespaces more
    gracefully. #1138 #1149
  • Guarantee correct namespace creation ordering. This is part of the
    rootless container patchset, and is also required in certain SELinux
    setups. #977
  • Stop screwing around with '\n' in console output. #1146
  • Fix cpuset.cpu_exclusive handling. #1194
  • Sync HookState with the OCI specification. #1201
  • Split remounting mountpoints and bindmounts, resolving issues with
    mount options being dropped in certain cases. #1222
  • Fix leftover cgroup directory issue. #1196
  • Handle config.Devices and config.MaskPaths in checkpoint. #1110.
  • Don't create combined cgroup subsystem names. #1268
  • Ignore cgroupv2 mountpoints, fixing issues with systemd v232. #1266
  • Race condition when synchronising with children and grandchildren in
    nsexec.c. #1237
  • Fix state checks to no longer depend on _LIBCONTAINER being present in
    the environment, fixing both bugs as well as being part of the
    rootless container patchset. #1317
  • Fix systemd-notify when using different PID namespaces, and allow
    detach+notify socket. #1308
  • Don't fchown when inheriting stdio, which is necessary for rootless
    containers in certain scenarios. #1354
  • Fix cpu.cfs_quota_us being changed when systemd is reloaded. #1344
  • Add devices to whitelist for LXD, to make runC under LXC/LXD work
    better. #1327
  • Many improvements to testing. #1121 #1131 #1132 #1147

Security:

Thanks to all of the contributors that made this release possible:

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Features

  • {create,run}: add --no-new-keyring flag so that a new session keyring
    is not created for the container and the calling process's keyring is
    inherited.
  • restore: add --empty-ns flag to tell CRIU to only create a network
    namespace for a container and not populate it (allowing higher levels
    to correctly handle re-creating the network namespace).
  • {create,start}: use a FIFO rather than signals to signal the starting
    of a container. This removes the Go version restriction, and also
    avoids potential issues with Go's signal handling.
  • exec: allow additional groups to be overridden.
  • delete: add --force flag.
  • exec: disable the subreaper option entirely, because the option
    causes many issues with reparenting in the context of containers.
    This is not a complete fix, which is intended to land for -rc3. Using
    the removed option will be silently ignored by runC.
  • {create,run}: add support for masking directories with MaskPaths.
  • delete: allow for the deletion of multiple containers in one cmdline.
  • build: add make release for distributions.

Fixes

  • Major improvements and fixes to CLI handling. Now commands like
    runc ps and runc exec will act sanely when you're trying to use
    flags that are not meant to be parsed by runC.
  • Set the cp.rt_* cgroup options correctly so that runC running in
    SCHED_RR (realtime) mode can operate properly.
  • Massive improvements to kmem limit detection to ensure that we only
    attempt to change memory.kmem.* if it is safe to do so.
  • Part of a major cleanup of the nsenter code, with more intended to
    land before -rc3.
  • Restored containers now have a start time, which is the time that the
    new container was started (not when the original container was
    started).
  • Fix the default cgroupPath behaviour, so that we actually attach to
    subcgroups of all of the caller's current cgroups (rather than using
    the devices cgroup path for all other cgroups)
  • Support 32bit UIDs on i386 with the setuid32(2) syscall.
  • Add /proc/timer_list to the set of default masked paths.
  • Do not create /dev/fuse by default.
  • Parse cgroupPath correctly if it contains ':'.
  • Add some more debugging information for the test suite, along with
    fixes for race conditions and other issues. In addition, add more
    integration tests for edge conditions.
  • Improve check-config.sh script to handle more cases.
  • Fix incorrect type when setting of net_cls classid.
  • Lots of fixes to help pages and man pages.
  • *: append -dirty to the version if the git repo is unclean.
  • Fix the JSON tags for CpuRt* options.
  • Cleanups to the rootfs setup code.
  • Improve error messages related to SELinux.

Thanks to all of the contributors that made this release possible:

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runc 1.0 Release Candidate 1

This is the first of the release candidates for OCI's runtime specification and runc version 1.0. Runc is now using the runtime-spec 1.0.0-rc1 release.

Breaking Changes

The large breaking change from the previous versions of runc to 1.0 is the create and start command changes. The previous start command functionality has been moved to the run command. runc run mycontainer. runc start does not perform the operations that it did before this release.

Create -> Start -> Delete

By splitting the create and start phase for a container it allows higher level systems to modify the container before the user defined process is started.

A simple example of using this new workflow would look something like this from the command line:

# create the container with the specified configuration 
runc create mycontainer

# at the point that create returns the container's environment is fully setup but the user's specified process has not run

# you can place network interfaces inside the container 
# you can exec into the container
# you can modify the mount namespaces
runc exec mycontainer ps aux

# after your setup is complete you can start the user defined process
runc start mycontainer

# after start returns the user defied process inside your OCI config is running

# whenever the container exits you must delete the container removing any existing resources it still has
runc delete mycontainer

If you want the previous functionality where runc did this for you, use the runc run command.

Container State

You can get the container state and status by using the runc state command:

runc state mycontainer

{
  "ociVersion": "1.0.0-rc1",
  "id": "mycontainer",
  "pid": 18917,
  "bundlePath": "/containers/mycontainer",
  "rootfsPath": "/containers/mycontainer/rootfs",
  "status": "running",
  "created": "2016-06-03T21:23:42.401668933Z",
  "annotations": {
    "something": "else"
  }
}

ps command

A ps command was added to show the processes inside the container:

runc ps influxdb
UID        PID  PPID  C STIME TTY          TIME CMD
1000  18936 18917  0 14:23 ?        00:00:06 influxd -config /home/influxdb/influxdb.conf

Other Updates

  • Added seccomp support for more architectures
  • Stable stats output
  • Added update command for dynamically updating container resources
  • bash completion and man pages

Please help in testing and please report any issues to the issue tracker on github. Thanks!

  • OCI Maintainers

Usage

NAME:
   runc - Open Container Initiative runtime

runc is a command line client for running applications packaged according to
the Open Container Initiative (OCI) format and is a compliant implementation of the
Open Container Initiative specification.

runc integrates well with existing process supervisors to provide a production
container runtime environment for applications. It can be used with your
existing process monitoring tools and the container will be spawned as a
direct child of the process supervisor.

Containers are configured using bundles. A bundle for a container is a directory
that includes a specification file named "config.json" and a root filesystem.
The root filesystem contains the contents of the container.

To start a new instance of a container:

    # runc start [ -b bundle ] <container-id>

Where "<container-id>" is your name for the instance of the container that you
are starting. The name you provide for the container instance must be unique on
your host. Providing the bundle directory using "-b" is optional. The default
value for "bundle" is the current directory.

USAGE:
   runc [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
   1.0.0-rc1
commit: 04f275d4601ca7e5ff9460cec7f65e8dd15443ec
spec: 1.0.0-rc1

COMMANDS:
     checkpoint checkpoint a running container
     create create a container
     delete delete any resources held by the container often used with detached containers
     events display container events such as OOM notifications, cpu, memory, and IO usage statistics
     exec   execute new process inside the container
     init   initialize the namespaces and launch the process (do not call it outside of runc)
     kill   kill sends the specified signal (default: SIGTERM) to the container's init process
     list   lists containers started by runc with the given root
     pause  pause suspends all processes inside the container
     ps     ps displays the processes running inside a container
     restore    restore a container from a previous checkpoint
     resume resumes all processes that have been previously paused
     run    create and run a container
     spec   create a new specification file
     start  start signals a created container to execute the user defined process
     state  output the state of a container
     update update container resource constraints

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
   --debug      enable debug output for logging
   --log value      set the log file path where internal debug information is written (default: "/dev/null")
   --log-format value   set the format used by logs ('text' (default), or 'json') (default: "text")
   --root value     root directory for storage of container state (this should be located in tmpfs) (default: "/run/runc")
   --criu value     path to the criu binary used for checkpoint and restore (default: "criu")
   --systemd-cgroup enable systemd cgroup support, expects cgroupsPath to be of form "slice:prefix:name" for e.g. "system.slice:runc:434234"
   --help, -h       show help
   --version, -v    print the version

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runc 0.1.1

This release includes a bug fix for adding the selinux mount label in the specification.

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This release updates runc to the OCI runtime specification v0.5.0 and includes various fixes and features.

Features:

  • cgroups: pid limits and stats
  • cgroups: kmem stats
  • systemd cgroup support
  • libcontainer specconv package
  • no pivot root option
  • numeric ids are treated as uid/gid
  • hook improvements

Bug Fixes:

  • log flushing
  • atomic pid file creation
  • init error recovery
  • seccomp logging removed
  • delete container on aborted start
  • /dev bind mount handling

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runc 0.0.9

This new release of runc includes the specification v0.4 changes. The backwards incompatible changes includes moving process specific settings like capabilities, rlimits, apparmor, and selinux process label from the container configuration to the process configuration. Be sure to update your config.json files for these changes or they will not be applied to the container. You can always use the runc spec command to generate a compatible config.json based on the specification version that runc is currently using.

Updates:

  • In this release runc has better support for errors and logging for use with the --log flag.
  • Improved namespace sharing for joining PID namespaces.
  • Allow all mount types inside the container's mount namespace.
  • Updated masked and readonly paths for container's /proc.
  • Better IO handling for container's STDIO.
  • Unique session keyring support for containers.
  • Container label support.
  • No new privileges support.
  • Various bug fixes and performance improvements.
NAME:
   runc - Open Container Initiative runtime

runc is a command line client for running applications packaged according to
the Open Container Format (OCF) and is a compliant implementation of the
Open Container Initiative specification.

runc integrates well with existing process supervisors to provide a production
container runtime environment for applications. It can be used with your
existing process monitoring tools and the container will be spawned as a
direct child of the process supervisor.

Containers are configured using bundles. A bundle for a container is a directory
that includes a specification file named "config.json" and a root filesystem.
The root filesystem contains the contents of the container. 

To start a new instance of a container:

    # runc start [ -b bundle ] <container-id>

Where "<container-id>" is your name for the instance of the container that you
are starting. The name you provide for the container instance must be unique on
your host. Providing the bundle directory using "-b" is optional. The default
value for "bundle" is the current directory.

USAGE:
   runc [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
   0.0.9
spec version 0.4.0

COMMANDS:
   checkpoint   checkpoint a running container
   delete   delete any resources held by the container often used with detached containers
   events   display container events such as OOM notifications, cpu, memory, IO and network stats
   exec     execute new process inside the container
   init     init is used to initialize the containers namespaces and launch the users process.
    This command should not be called outside of runc.

   kill     kill sends the specified signal (default: SIGTERM) to the container's init process
   list     lists containers started by runc with the given root
   pause    pause suspends all processes inside the container
   restore  restore a container from a previous checkpoint
   resume   resumes all processes that have been previously paused
   spec     create a new specification file
   start    create and run a container
   state    output the state of a container
   help, h  Shows a list of commands or help for one command

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
   --debug      enable debug output for logging
   --log "/dev/null"    set the log file path where internal debug information is written
   --log-format "text"  set the format used by logs ('text' (default), or 'json')
   --root "/run/runc"   root directory for storage of container state (this should be located in tmpfs)
   --criu "criu"    path to the criu binary used for checkpoint and restore
   --help, -h       show help
   --version, -v    print the version

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runc 0.0.8

This new release of runc supports the OCI runtime specification version 0.3.0. It includes changes such as the unified configuration file, separation of device creation and access, and many other usability updates.

New features

Detach

The detach flag allows runc to exit after it spawns the container and reparents the process to system init. You no longer have a long running runc process as the parent of the container.

runc start -d test

Pid file

The pid-file flag allows runc to write the pid of the process run inside the container to a file so that existing init systems can wait on it and allows runc to exit.

runc start -d --pid-file test.pid test

Delete command

The delete command allows runc to delete the container's state after it has exited for use with the detach flag.

runc delete test

List command

The list command will list all containers running on a system that were spawned by runc.

> runc list
ID          PID         STATUS      CREATED
test        15278       running     2016-02-10T22:21:09.415768192Z

Exec command updates

The exec command now allows you to use a json file for the process configuration or pass the arguments and settings via flags and args.

> runc exec --tty --env TEST=1 -- test ps aux
USER       PID %CPU %MEM    VSZ   RSS TTY      STAT START   TIME COMMAND
root         1  0.0  0.0   4476   900 ?        Ss+  22:23   0:00 sh
root        13  0.0  0.0  15600  2116 ?        Rs+  22:23   0:00 ps aux

Container ids

Container ids are required for every command in runc. You pass the container id as argument 1 to the commands to specify which container you want to interact with. This was always the case before in runc but hidden behind a --id flag.

> runc start test
> runc events test
> runc kill test

Update to spec 0.3.0

Be sure to use the runc spec command to generate a new base template for your containers based on the specification and the unified configuration file.

NAME:
   runc - Open Container Initiative runtime

runc is a command line client for running applications packaged according to
the Open Container Format (OCF) and is a compliant implementation of the
Open Container Initiative specification.

runc integrates well with existing process supervisors to provide a production
container runtime environment for applications. It can be used with your
existing process monitoring tools and the container will be spawned as a
direct child of the process supervisor.

After creating config files for your root filesystem with runc, you can execute 
a container in your shell by running:

    # cd /mycontainer
    # runc start [ -b bundle ] <container-id>

If not specified, the default value for the 'bundle' is the current directory.
'Bundle' is the directory where 'config.json' must be located.

USAGE:
   runc [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
   0.0.8
spec version 0.3.0

COMMANDS:
   checkpoint   checkpoint a running container
   delete       delete any resources held by the container often used with detached containers
   events       display container events such as OOM notifications, cpu, memory, IO and network stats
   exec         execute new process inside the container
   kill         kill sends the specified signal (default: SIGTERM) to the container's init process
   list         lists containers started by runc with the given root
   pause        pause suspends all processes inside the container
   restore      restore a container from a previous checkpoint
   resume       resumes all processes that have been previously paused
   spec         create a new specification file
   start        create and run a container
   help, h      Shows a list of commands or help for one command

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
   --debug                                      enable debug output for logging
   --log                                        set the log file path where internal debug information is written
   --log-format "text"                          set the format used by logs ('text' (default), or 'json')
   --root "/run/opencontainer/containers"       root directory for storage of container state (this should be located in tmpfs)
   --criu "criu"                                path to the criu binary used for checkpoint and restore
   --help, -h                                   show help
   --version, -v                                print the version

MD5 hases for the downloadable runc binaries in this release are:

  • runc-amd64: 966cf271c2923b64d2d7ad0be9ffdc6e
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This release includes the following changes:

  • Do not use stream encoders
  • Update github.com/opencontainers/specs to a7b5092
  • cgroup: systemd: properly expand systemd slice names
  • Remove the nullState
  • Revert "update date in README"
  • Add build status badge
  • Allow switch to anything from nullState
  • Fix various state bugs for pause and destroy
  • cgroups: set memory cgroups in Set
  • Only set cwd when not empty
  • Fix comment of swap limit
  • Add support for just joining in apply using cgroup paths
  • Remove some hard coded strings
  • Handle seccomp proc parsing errors
  • Embed Resources for backward compatibility
  • add seccomp.IsEnabled() function
  • cleanup old hack dir
  • Check that cwd is absolute
  • update go version to 1.5.3 in dockerfile and cleanup
  • Make cwd required
  • Update README of libcontainer
  • Only validate post-hyphen field length on cgroup mounts
  • libcontainer: set cgroup config late
  • libcontainer: cgroups: loudly fail with Set
  • libcontainer: cgroups: don't Set in Apply
  • libcontainer: cgroups: add pids controller support
  • cgroups: fs: fix cgroup.Parent path sanitisation
  • Do not create devices when in user namespace
  • Revert to non-recursive GetPids, add recursive GetAllPids
  • selinux: add SelinuxSetEnforceMode implementation
  • update date in README
  • Add --console to specify path to use from runc
  • Do not allow access to /dev/tty{0,1}
  • Add white list for bind mount check
  • Fix typo word in SPEC.md
  • libcontainer: Add support for memcg pressure notifications
  • Cleanup Godeps
  • Revert "cgroups: add pids controller support"
  • libcontainer: set cgroup config late
  • libcontainer: cgroups: loudly fail with Set
  • libcontainer: cgroups: don't Set in Apply
  • libcontainer: cgroups: add pids controller support
  • Caclulate NLA_HDRLEN as gccgo workaround
  • Add state pattern for container state transition
  • Move the cgroups setting into a Resources struct
  • Move linux only Process.InitializeIO behind the linux build flag.
  • Replace docker units package with new docker/go-units.
  • Move STDIO initialization to libcontainer.Process
  • Fixing TestSetFilecon in selinux test step
  • Adding selinux label
  • make localtest failure with selinux enabled
  • Add spec version to runC version cli