The crfs command runs the Container Registry Filesystem, providing a read-only FUSE filesystem for container images.
For purposes of documentation, we'll assume you've mounted this at /crfs.
Currently (as of 2019-03-21) it only mounts a single layer at the top level. In the future it'll have paths like:
For mounting a squashed image and a layer, respectively, with the host, owner, image name, and version encoded in the path components.
|stargz||The stargz package reads & writes tar.gz ("tarball") files in a seekable, indexed format call "stargz".|
|stargz/stargzify||The stargzify command converts a remote container image into an equivalent image with its layers transformed into stargz files instead of gzipped tar files.|