`multipass info` command

The multipass info command shows properties of the instances given as arguments, or all of the created ones if --all is given:

$ multipass info calm-squirrel
Name:           calm-squirrel
State:          RUNNING
Release:        Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS
Image hash:     485bf889ca70 (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)
CPU(s):         1
Load:           0.00 0.03 0.02
Disk usage:     849.4M out of 4.8G
Memory usage:   41.9M out of 992.0M

The full multipass help info output explains the available options:

$ multipass help info         
Usage: multipass info [options] [<name> ...]
Display information about instances

  -h, --help         Display this help
  -v, --verbose      Increase logging verbosity, repeat up to three times for
                     more detail
  --all              Display info for all instances
  --format <format>  Output info in the requested format.
                     Valid formats are: table (default), json, csv and yaml

  name               Names of instances to display information about

Similar to the list command, the only option is --format, which allows you to choose how the data is presented - a human-readable table or one of JSON, CSV and YAML, for example:

$ multipass info --format yaml calm-squirrel
  - ~
  - state: RUNNING
    image_hash: 485bf889ca70f877511705b9b82b1ab7866718128c3312549e0b6ce11bb14b20
    image_release: 16.04 LTS
    release: Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS
    cpu_count: 1
      - 0
      - 0.01
      - 0
      - sda1:
          used: 905637888
          total: 5136297984
      usage: 31199232
      total: 1040195584
    mounts: ~

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