Usage: subuser list WHAT_TO_LIST [options]
List subuser-images. You can use this command to list images that are:
- List all subuser images available for instalation
- List all installed subusers
- List all installed images. The the format is “<image-source> <image-id>”. If the –long option is used, then information about each image is displayed.
- List all repositories. By default, lists repository names(or their paths in case they are temporary). With the –long option, more info about each repository is printed.
$ subuser list available --long $ subuser list subusers $ subuser list installed-images
-h, --help show this help message and exit --long Display more information about each item. --json Display results in JSON format. --internal Include internal subusers in the list. These are subusers which are automatically created and used by subuser internally. --broken When listing installed images option, list the Ids of broken/orphaned images. Otherwise has no effect. Without this option, broken/orphaned images are simply not listed.