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1 *pct* `<COMMAND> [ARGS] [OPTIONS]`
2
3 *pct clone* `<vmid> <newid> -experimental <boolean>` `[OPTIONS]`
4
5 Create a container clone/copy
6
7 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
8
9 The (unique) ID of the VM.
10
11 `<newid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
12
13 VMID for the clone.
14
15 `-description` `string` ::
16
17 Description for the new CT.
18
19 `-experimental` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
20
21 The clone feature is experimental, set this flag if you know what you are
22 doing.
23
24 `-full` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
25
26 Create a full copy of all disk. This is always done when you clone a normal
27 CT. For CT templates, we try to create a linked clone by default.
28
29 `-hostname` `string` ::
30
31 Set a hostname for the new CT.
32
33 `-pool` `string` ::
34
35 Add the new CT to the specified pool.
36
37 `-snapname` `string` ::
38
39 The name of the snapshot.
40
41 `-storage` `string` ::
42
43 Target storage for full clone.
44 +
45 NOTE: Requires option(s): `full`
46
47
48
49
50 *pct config* `<vmid>`
51
52 Get container configuration.
53
54 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
55
56 The (unique) ID of the VM.
57
58
59
60
61 *pct console* `<vmid>`
62
63 Launch a console for the specified container.
64
65 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
66
67 The (unique) ID of the VM.
68
69
70
71
72 *pct create* `<vmid> <ostemplate>` `[OPTIONS]`
73
74 Create or restore a container.
75
76 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
77
78 The (unique) ID of the VM.
79
80 `<ostemplate>` `string` ::
81
82 The OS template or backup file.
83
84 `-arch` `(amd64 | i386)` (default=`amd64`)::
85
86 OS architecture type.
87
88 `-cmode` `(console | shell | tty)` (default=`tty`)::
89
90 Console mode. By default, the console command tries to open a connection to
91 one of the available tty devices. By setting cmode to 'console' it tries to
92 attach to /dev/console instead. If you set cmode to 'shell', it simply
93 invokes a shell inside the container (no login).
94
95 `-console` `boolean` (default=`1`)::
96
97 Attach a console device (/dev/console) to the container.
98
99 `-cpulimit` `number (0 - 128)` (default=`0`)::
100
101 Limit of CPU usage.
102 +
103 NOTE: If the computer has 2 CPUs, it has a total of '2' CPU time. Value '0'
104 indicates no CPU limit.
105
106 `-cpuunits` `integer (0 - 500000)` (default=`1024`)::
107
108 CPU weight for a VM. Argument is used in the kernel fair scheduler. The
109 larger the number is, the more CPU time this VM gets. Number is relative to
110 the weights of all the other running VMs.
111 +
112 NOTE: You can disable fair-scheduler configuration by setting this to 0.
113
114 `-description` `string` ::
115
116 Container description. Only used on the configuration web interface.
117
118 `-force` `boolean` ::
119
120 Allow to overwrite existing container.
121
122 `-hostname` `string` ::
123
124 Set a host name for the container.
125
126 `-ignore-unpack-errors` `boolean` ::
127
128 Ignore errors when extracting the template.
129
130 `-lock` `(backup | migrate | rollback | snapshot)` ::
131
132 Lock/unlock the VM.
133
134 `-memory` `integer (16 - N)` (default=`512`)::
135
136 Amount of RAM for the VM in MB.
137
138 `-mp[n]` `mp=<Path>, [volume=]<volume> [,acl=<acl>] [,backup=<[1|0]>] [,quota=<[0|1]>] [,ro=<ro>] [,size=<DiskSize>]` ::
139
140 Use volume as container mount point (experimental feature).
141
142 `-nameserver` `string` ::
143
144 Sets DNS server IP address for a container. Create will automatically use
145 the setting from the host if you neither set searchdomain nor nameserver.
146
147 `-net[n]` `name=<String> [,bridge=<vmbr<Number>>] [,firewall=<[1|0]>] [,gw=<GatewayIPv4>] [,gw6=<GatewayIPv6>] [,hwaddr=<MAC>] [,ip=<IPv4Format/CIDR>] [,ip6=<IPv6Format/CIDR>] [,mtu=<Number>] [,rate=<mbps>] [,tag=<VlanNo>] [,trunks=<vlanid[;vlanid...]>] [,type=<veth>]` ::
148
149 Specifies network interfaces for the container.
150
151 `-onboot` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
152
153 Specifies whether a VM will be started during system bootup.
154
155 `-ostype` `(alpine | archlinux | centos | debian | fedora | opensuse | ubuntu | unmanaged)` ::
156
157 OS type. This is used to setup configuration inside the container, and
158 corresponds to lxc setup scripts in
159 /usr/share/lxc/config/<ostype>.common.conf. Value 'unmanaged' can be used
160 to skip and OS specific setup.
161
162 `-password` ::
163
164 Sets root password inside container.
165
166 `-pool` `string` ::
167
168 Add the VM to the specified pool.
169
170 `-protection` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
171
172 Sets the protection flag of the container. This will prevent the CT or CT's
173 disk remove/update operation.
174
175 `-restore` `boolean` ::
176
177 Mark this as restore task.
178
179 `-rootfs` `[volume=]<volume> [,acl=<acl>] [,backup=<[1|0]>] [,quota=<[0|1]>] [,ro=<ro>] [,size=<DiskSize>]` ::
180
181 Use volume as container root.
182
183 `-searchdomain` `string` ::
184
185 Sets DNS search domains for a container. Create will automatically use the
186 setting from the host if you neither set searchdomain nor nameserver.
187
188 `-ssh-public-keys` `filepath` ::
189
190 Setup public SSH keys (one key per line, OpenSSH format).
191
192 `-startup` `[[order=]\d+] [,up=\d+] [,down=\d+] ` ::
193
194 Startup and shutdown behavior. Order is a non-negative number defining the
195 general startup order. Shutdown in done with reverse ordering. Additionally
196 you can set the 'up' or 'down' delay in seconds, which specifies a delay to
197 wait before the next VM is started or stopped.
198
199 `-storage` `string` (default=`local`)::
200
201 Default Storage.
202
203 `-swap` `integer (0 - N)` (default=`512`)::
204
205 Amount of SWAP for the VM in MB.
206
207 `-template` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
208
209 Enable/disable Template.
210
211 `-tty` `integer (0 - 6)` (default=`2`)::
212
213 Specify the number of tty available to the container
214
215 `-unprivileged` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
216
217 Makes the container run as unprivileged user. (Should not be modified
218 manually.)
219
220 `-unused[n]` `string` ::
221
222 Reference to unused volumes.
223
224
225
226
227 *pct delsnapshot* `<vmid> <snapname>` `[OPTIONS]`
228
229 Delete a LXC snapshot.
230
231 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
232
233 The (unique) ID of the VM.
234
235 `<snapname>` `string` ::
236
237 The name of the snapshot.
238
239 `-force` `boolean` ::
240
241 For removal from config file, even if removing disk snapshots fails.
242
243
244
245
246 *pct destroy* `<vmid>`
247
248 Destroy the container (also delete all uses files).
249
250 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
251
252 The (unique) ID of the VM.
253
254
255
256
257 *pct enter* `<vmid>`
258
259 Launch a shell for the specified container.
260
261 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
262
263 The (unique) ID of the VM.
264
265
266
267 *pct exec* `<vmid> [<extra-args>]`
268
269 Launch a command inside the specified container.
270
271 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
272
273 The (unique) ID of the VM.
274
275 `<extra-args>` `array` ::
276
277 Extra arguments as array
278
279
280
281 *pct fsck* `<vmid>` `[OPTIONS]`
282
283 Run a filesystem check (fsck) on a container volume.
284
285 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
286
287 The (unique) ID of the VM.
288
289 `-device` `(mp0 | mp1 | mp2 | mp3 | mp4 | mp5 | mp6 | mp7 | mp8 | mp9 | rootfs)` ::
290
291 A volume on which to run the filesystem check
292
293 `-force` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
294
295 Force checking, even if the filesystem seems clean
296
297
298
299
300 *pct help* `[<cmd>]` `[OPTIONS]`
301
302 Get help about specified command.
303
304 `<cmd>` `string` ::
305
306 Command name
307
308 `-verbose` `boolean` ::
309
310 Verbose output format.
311
312
313
314
315 *pct list*
316
317 LXC container index (per node).
318
319
320
321
322 *pct listsnapshot* `<vmid>`
323
324 List all snapshots.
325
326 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
327
328 The (unique) ID of the VM.
329
330
331
332
333 *pct migrate* `<vmid> <target>` `[OPTIONS]`
334
335 Migrate the container to another node. Creates a new migration task.
336
337 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
338
339 The (unique) ID of the VM.
340
341 `<target>` `string` ::
342
343 Target node.
344
345 `-force` `boolean` ::
346
347 Force migration despite local bind / device mounts. WARNING: identical bind
348 / device mounts need to be available on the target node.
349
350 `-online` `boolean` ::
351
352 Use online/live migration.
353
354
355
356
357 *pct mount* `<vmid>`
358
359 Mount the container's filesystem on the host. This will hold a lock on the
360 container and is meant for emergency maintenance only as it will prevent
361 further operations on the container other than start and stop.
362
363 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
364
365 The (unique) ID of the VM.
366
367
368
369 *pct pull* `<vmid> <path> <destination>` `[OPTIONS]`
370
371 Copy a file from the container to the local system.
372
373 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
374
375 The (unique) ID of the VM.
376
377 `<path>` `string` ::
378
379 Path to a file inside the container to pull.
380
381 `<destination>` `string` ::
382
383 Destination
384
385 `-group` `string` ::
386
387 Owner group name or id.
388
389 `-perms` `string` ::
390
391 File permissions to use.
392
393 `-user` `string` ::
394
395 Owner user name or id.
396
397
398
399 *pct push* `<vmid> <file> <destination>` `[OPTIONS]`
400
401 Copy a local file to the container.
402
403 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
404
405 The (unique) ID of the VM.
406
407 `<file>` `string` ::
408
409 Path to a local file.
410
411 `<destination>` `string` ::
412
413 Destination inside the container to write to.
414
415 `-group` `string` ::
416
417 Owner group name or id. When using a name it must exist inside the
418 container.
419
420 `-perms` `string` ::
421
422 File permissions to use.
423
424 `-user` `string` ::
425
426 Owner user name or id. When using a name it must exist inside the
427 container.
428
429
430
431
432 *pct resize* `<vmid> <disk> <size>` `[OPTIONS]`
433
434 Resize a container mountpoint.
435
436 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
437
438 The (unique) ID of the VM.
439
440 `<disk>` `(mp0 | mp1 | mp2 | mp3 | mp4 | mp5 | mp6 | mp7 | mp8 | mp9 | rootfs)` ::
441
442 The disk you want to resize.
443
444 `<size>` `\+?\d+(\.\d+)?[KMGT]?` ::
445
446 The new size. With the '+' sign the value is added to the actual size of
447 the volume and without it, the value is taken as an absolute one. Shrinking
448 disk size is not supported.
449
450 `-digest` `string` ::
451
452 Prevent changes if current configuration file has different SHA1 digest.
453 This can be used to prevent concurrent modifications.
454
455
456
457 *pct restore* `<vmid> <ostemplate>` `[OPTIONS]`
458
459 Create or restore a container.
460
461 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
462
463 The (unique) ID of the VM.
464
465 `<ostemplate>` `string` ::
466
467 The OS template or backup file.
468
469 `-arch` `(amd64 | i386)` (default=`amd64`)::
470
471 OS architecture type.
472
473 `-cmode` `(console | shell | tty)` (default=`tty`)::
474
475 Console mode. By default, the console command tries to open a connection to
476 one of the available tty devices. By setting cmode to 'console' it tries to
477 attach to /dev/console instead. If you set cmode to 'shell', it simply
478 invokes a shell inside the container (no login).
479
480 `-console` `boolean` (default=`1`)::
481
482 Attach a console device (/dev/console) to the container.
483
484 `-cpulimit` `number (0 - 128)` (default=`0`)::
485
486 Limit of CPU usage.
487 +
488 NOTE: If the computer has 2 CPUs, it has a total of '2' CPU time. Value '0'
489 indicates no CPU limit.
490
491 `-cpuunits` `integer (0 - 500000)` (default=`1024`)::
492
493 CPU weight for a VM. Argument is used in the kernel fair scheduler. The
494 larger the number is, the more CPU time this VM gets. Number is relative to
495 the weights of all the other running VMs.
496 +
497 NOTE: You can disable fair-scheduler configuration by setting this to 0.
498
499 `-description` `string` ::
500
501 Container description. Only used on the configuration web interface.
502
503 `-force` `boolean` ::
504
505 Allow to overwrite existing container.
506
507 `-hostname` `string` ::
508
509 Set a host name for the container.
510
511 `-ignore-unpack-errors` `boolean` ::
512
513 Ignore errors when extracting the template.
514
515 `-lock` `(backup | migrate | rollback | snapshot)` ::
516
517 Lock/unlock the VM.
518
519 `-memory` `integer (16 - N)` (default=`512`)::
520
521 Amount of RAM for the VM in MB.
522
523 `-mp[n]` `mp=<Path>, [volume=]<volume> [,acl=<acl>] [,backup=<[1|0]>] [,quota=<[0|1]>] [,ro=<ro>] [,size=<DiskSize>]` ::
524
525 Use volume as container mount point (experimental feature).
526
527 `-nameserver` `string` ::
528
529 Sets DNS server IP address for a container. Create will automatically use
530 the setting from the host if you neither set searchdomain nor nameserver.
531
532 `-net[n]` `name=<String> [,bridge=<vmbr<Number>>] [,firewall=<[1|0]>] [,gw=<GatewayIPv4>] [,gw6=<GatewayIPv6>] [,hwaddr=<MAC>] [,ip=<IPv4Format/CIDR>] [,ip6=<IPv6Format/CIDR>] [,mtu=<Number>] [,rate=<mbps>] [,tag=<VlanNo>] [,trunks=<vlanid[;vlanid...]>] [,type=<veth>]` ::
533
534 Specifies network interfaces for the container.
535
536 `-onboot` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
537
538 Specifies whether a VM will be started during system bootup.
539
540 `-ostype` `(alpine | archlinux | centos | debian | fedora | opensuse | ubuntu | unmanaged)` ::
541
542 OS type. This is used to setup configuration inside the container, and
543 corresponds to lxc setup scripts in
544 /usr/share/lxc/config/<ostype>.common.conf. Value 'unmanaged' can be used
545 to skip and OS specific setup.
546
547 `-password` ::
548
549 Sets root password inside container.
550
551 `-pool` `string` ::
552
553 Add the VM to the specified pool.
554
555 `-protection` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
556
557 Sets the protection flag of the container. This will prevent the CT or CT's
558 disk remove/update operation.
559
560 `-rootfs` `[volume=]<volume> [,acl=<acl>] [,backup=<[1|0]>] [,quota=<[0|1]>] [,ro=<ro>] [,size=<DiskSize>]` ::
561
562 Use volume as container root.
563
564 `-searchdomain` `string` ::
565
566 Sets DNS search domains for a container. Create will automatically use the
567 setting from the host if you neither set searchdomain nor nameserver.
568
569 `-ssh-public-keys` `filepath` ::
570
571 Setup public SSH keys (one key per line, OpenSSH format).
572
573 `-startup` `[[order=]\d+] [,up=\d+] [,down=\d+] ` ::
574
575 Startup and shutdown behavior. Order is a non-negative number defining the
576 general startup order. Shutdown in done with reverse ordering. Additionally
577 you can set the 'up' or 'down' delay in seconds, which specifies a delay to
578 wait before the next VM is started or stopped.
579
580 `-storage` `string` (default=`local`)::
581
582 Default Storage.
583
584 `-swap` `integer (0 - N)` (default=`512`)::
585
586 Amount of SWAP for the VM in MB.
587
588 `-template` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
589
590 Enable/disable Template.
591
592 `-tty` `integer (0 - 6)` (default=`2`)::
593
594 Specify the number of tty available to the container
595
596 `-unprivileged` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
597
598 Makes the container run as unprivileged user. (Should not be modified
599 manually.)
600
601 `-unused[n]` `string` ::
602
603 Reference to unused volumes.
604
605
606
607
608 *pct resume* `<vmid>`
609
610 Resume the container.
611
612 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
613
614 The (unique) ID of the VM.
615
616
617
618
619 *pct rollback* `<vmid> <snapname>`
620
621 Rollback LXC state to specified snapshot.
622
623 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
624
625 The (unique) ID of the VM.
626
627 `<snapname>` `string` ::
628
629 The name of the snapshot.
630
631
632
633
634 *pct set* `<vmid>` `[OPTIONS]`
635
636 Set container options.
637
638 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
639
640 The (unique) ID of the VM.
641
642 `-arch` `(amd64 | i386)` (default=`amd64`)::
643
644 OS architecture type.
645
646 `-cmode` `(console | shell | tty)` (default=`tty`)::
647
648 Console mode. By default, the console command tries to open a connection to
649 one of the available tty devices. By setting cmode to 'console' it tries to
650 attach to /dev/console instead. If you set cmode to 'shell', it simply
651 invokes a shell inside the container (no login).
652
653 `-console` `boolean` (default=`1`)::
654
655 Attach a console device (/dev/console) to the container.
656
657 `-cpulimit` `number (0 - 128)` (default=`0`)::
658
659 Limit of CPU usage.
660 +
661 NOTE: If the computer has 2 CPUs, it has a total of '2' CPU time. Value '0'
662 indicates no CPU limit.
663
664 `-cpuunits` `integer (0 - 500000)` (default=`1024`)::
665
666 CPU weight for a VM. Argument is used in the kernel fair scheduler. The
667 larger the number is, the more CPU time this VM gets. Number is relative to
668 the weights of all the other running VMs.
669 +
670 NOTE: You can disable fair-scheduler configuration by setting this to 0.
671
672 `-delete` `string` ::
673
674 A list of settings you want to delete.
675
676 `-description` `string` ::
677
678 Container description. Only used on the configuration web interface.
679
680 `-digest` `string` ::
681
682 Prevent changes if current configuration file has different SHA1 digest.
683 This can be used to prevent concurrent modifications.
684
685 `-hostname` `string` ::
686
687 Set a host name for the container.
688
689 `-lock` `(backup | migrate | rollback | snapshot)` ::
690
691 Lock/unlock the VM.
692
693 `-memory` `integer (16 - N)` (default=`512`)::
694
695 Amount of RAM for the VM in MB.
696
697 `-mp[n]` `mp=<Path>, [volume=]<volume> [,acl=<acl>] [,backup=<[1|0]>] [,quota=<[0|1]>] [,ro=<ro>] [,size=<DiskSize>]` ::
698
699 Use volume as container mount point (experimental feature).
700
701 `-nameserver` `string` ::
702
703 Sets DNS server IP address for a container. Create will automatically use
704 the setting from the host if you neither set searchdomain nor nameserver.
705
706 `-net[n]` `name=<String> [,bridge=<vmbr<Number>>] [,firewall=<[1|0]>] [,gw=<GatewayIPv4>] [,gw6=<GatewayIPv6>] [,hwaddr=<MAC>] [,ip=<IPv4Format/CIDR>] [,ip6=<IPv6Format/CIDR>] [,mtu=<Number>] [,rate=<mbps>] [,tag=<VlanNo>] [,trunks=<vlanid[;vlanid...]>] [,type=<veth>]` ::
707
708 Specifies network interfaces for the container.
709
710 `-onboot` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
711
712 Specifies whether a VM will be started during system bootup.
713
714 `-ostype` `(alpine | archlinux | centos | debian | fedora | opensuse | ubuntu | unmanaged)` ::
715
716 OS type. This is used to setup configuration inside the container, and
717 corresponds to lxc setup scripts in
718 /usr/share/lxc/config/<ostype>.common.conf. Value 'unmanaged' can be used
719 to skip and OS specific setup.
720
721 `-protection` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
722
723 Sets the protection flag of the container. This will prevent the CT or CT's
724 disk remove/update operation.
725
726 `-rootfs` `[volume=]<volume> [,acl=<acl>] [,backup=<[1|0]>] [,quota=<[0|1]>] [,ro=<ro>] [,size=<DiskSize>]` ::
727
728 Use volume as container root.
729
730 `-searchdomain` `string` ::
731
732 Sets DNS search domains for a container. Create will automatically use the
733 setting from the host if you neither set searchdomain nor nameserver.
734
735 `-startup` `[[order=]\d+] [,up=\d+] [,down=\d+] ` ::
736
737 Startup and shutdown behavior. Order is a non-negative number defining the
738 general startup order. Shutdown in done with reverse ordering. Additionally
739 you can set the 'up' or 'down' delay in seconds, which specifies a delay to
740 wait before the next VM is started or stopped.
741
742 `-swap` `integer (0 - N)` (default=`512`)::
743
744 Amount of SWAP for the VM in MB.
745
746 `-template` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
747
748 Enable/disable Template.
749
750 `-tty` `integer (0 - 6)` (default=`2`)::
751
752 Specify the number of tty available to the container
753
754 `-unprivileged` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
755
756 Makes the container run as unprivileged user. (Should not be modified
757 manually.)
758
759 `-unused[n]` `string` ::
760
761 Reference to unused volumes.
762
763
764
765
766 *pct shutdown* `<vmid>` `[OPTIONS]`
767
768 Shutdown the container. This will trigger a clean shutdown of the
769 container, see lxc-stop(1) for details.
770
771 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
772
773 The (unique) ID of the VM.
774
775 `-forceStop` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
776
777 Make sure the Container stops.
778
779 `-timeout` `integer (0 - N)` (default=`60`)::
780
781 Wait maximal timeout seconds.
782
783
784
785
786 *pct snapshot* `<vmid> <snapname>` `[OPTIONS]`
787
788 Snapshot a container.
789
790 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
791
792 The (unique) ID of the VM.
793
794 `<snapname>` `string` ::
795
796 The name of the snapshot.
797
798 `-description` `string` ::
799
800 A textual description or comment.
801
802
803
804
805 *pct start* `<vmid>` `[OPTIONS]`
806
807 Start the container.
808
809 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
810
811 The (unique) ID of the VM.
812
813 `-skiplock` `boolean` ::
814
815 Ignore locks - only root is allowed to use this option.
816
817
818
819 *pct stop* `<vmid>` `[OPTIONS]`
820
821 Stop the container. This will abruptly stop all processes running in the
822 container.
823
824 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
825
826 The (unique) ID of the VM.
827
828 `-skiplock` `boolean` ::
829
830 Ignore locks - only root is allowed to use this option.
831
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834 *pct suspend* `<vmid>`
835
836 Suspend the container.
837
838 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
839
840 The (unique) ID of the VM.
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844
845 *pct template* `<vmid> -experimental <boolean>` `[OPTIONS]`
846
847 Create a Template.
848
849 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
850
851 The (unique) ID of the VM.
852
853 `-experimental` `boolean` (default=`0`)::
854
855 The template feature is experimental, set this flag if you know what you
856 are doing.
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860
861 *pct unlock* `<vmid>`
862
863 Unlock the VM.
864
865 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
866
867 The (unique) ID of the VM.
868
869
870
871 *pct unmount* `<vmid>`
872
873 Unmount the container's filesystem.
874
875 `<vmid>` `integer (1 - N)` ::
876
877 The (unique) ID of the VM.
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