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in-container is a binary and a library that can be used to detect if you are running inside a
container. Executing the binary will by default return exit-code 0 if it was run inside a
container and exit-code 1 if it wasn’t. The library can be included in an application of your
choice, allowing you to determine whether your application is running inside a container or not.
(Please note that some of the detection mechanisms only work if
in-container is executed in a
Supported operating systems/containerization solutions
If you are missing support for an operating system or container runtime, feel free to open a feature request or open a pull request.
Usage as a library
in-container as a dependency to your project’s
[dependencies] in-container = "^1"
You can then use
in_container::in_container() which will return
true if you are running
inside a container and
false otherwise. In case you are interested in the container-runtime
that was detected, you can call
in_container::get_container_runtime() instead, which will
None when not running in a container,
otherwise it will contain the detected runtime.
This project is licensed under either of
- Apache License, Version 2.0, (LICENSE-APACHE or https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
at your option.
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The detected container runtime.
Optionally returns the detected
ContainerRuntime if called from inside a container.
true if called from inside a container,