singularity remote

Manage singularity remote endpoints

Synopsis

The ‘remote’ commands allow you to manage Singularity remote endpoints through its subcommands. These allow you to add, log in, and use endpoints. 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/dave/.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 list - List all singularity remote endpoints that are configured * singularity remote login - Log into a singularity remote endpoint using an authentication token * singularity remote remove - Remove an existing singularity remote endpoint * singularity remote status - Check the status of the singularity services at an endpoint * singularity remote use - Set a singularity remote endpoint to be actively used

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