singularity remote

Manage singularity remote endpoints, keyservers and OCI/Docker registry credentials

Synopsis

The ‘remote’ commands allow you to manage Singularity remote endpoints, keyservers and OCI/Docker registry credentials through its subcommands. The remote configuration is stored in $HOME/.singularity/remotes.yaml by default.

Examples

All group commands have their own help output:

    $ singularity help remote list
    $ singularity remote list

Options

-c, --config string   path to the file holding remote endpoint configurations (default "/home/runner/.singularity/remote.yaml")
-h, --help            help for remote

SEE ALSO

Linux container platform optimized for High Performance Computing (HPC) and Enterprise Performance Computing (EPC) * singularity remote add - Create a new singularity remote endpoint * singularity remote add-keyserver - Add a keyserver (root user only) * singularity remote list - List all singularity remote endpoints and services that are configured * singularity remote login - Log into a singularity remote endpoint, an OCI/Docker registry or a keyserver using credentials * singularity remote logout - Log out from a singularity remote endpoint, an OCI/Docker registry or a keyserver * singularity remote remove - Remove an existing singularity remote endpoint * singularity remote remove-keyserver - Remove a keyserver (root user only) * singularity remote status - Check the status of the singularity services at an endpoint, and your authentication token * singularity remote use - Set a singularity remote endpoint to be actively used

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