Linux "lxd" Command Line Options and Examples
The LXD container manager
Description: The LXD container manager (daemon) This is the LXD daemon command line. It's typically started directly by your init system and interacted with through a tool like lxc. There are however a number of subcommands that let you interact directly with the local LXD daemon and which may not be performed through the REST API alone.
Command Line Options:
Enable CPU profiling, writing into the specified file``
lxd --cpu-profile ...
--debug[=false] Show all debug messages
lxd -d ...
The group of users that will be allowed to talk to LXD``
lxd --group ...
--help[=false] Print help
lxd -h ...
Path to the log file``
lxd --logfile ...
Enable memory profiling, writing into the specified file``
lxd --memory-profile ...
How often to print all the goroutines``
lxd --print-goroutines ...
Log tracing targets``
lxd --trace ...
--verbose[=false] Show all information messages
lxd -v ...
Print version number
lxd --version[ ...