Tag: docker registry

How get the number of pulls of a docker tag?

I did lot of search to get the number of pulls of each docker tag located in docker repository. Below is the reference. I could see no. of pulls of a docker image but interested to see the pull count of each tag. Any help here?

GCS Fuse on docker container error

I am trying to use gcsfuse to mount google storage on docker container centos. this is the command i configured When i run the following command: export GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=./Bumblebee.json export BUCKET_NAME=trial-fuse export DATA_DIR=/app/mount # just in case … # run with given user exec gcsfuse –foreground –key-file=${GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS} ${BUCKET_NAME} ${DATA_DIR} i get the following error: Opening GCS […]

docker private registry change from v1 to v2 while pulling an image

There is a docker is registry v2. An image is pushed to docker private registry. Able to see it using curl command: $ curl -s -X GET http://<registry>:<port>/v2/<image>/tags/list {“name”:”<image>”,”tags”:[“latest”]} However, not able to pull the image from other machines. It appears that it is trying to pull from v1 instead of v2 Pulling the above […]

how to calculate the layers id in manifest.json in image.tar and what does it mean?

Docker version 1.12 Docker registry version 2 Operating system ubuntu14.04 After using docker save command to export local image myubuntu,I got myubuntu.tar. After decompressing myubuntu.tar, I got the manifest.json like figure 1.figure 1 manifest.json. I cannnot understand the meaning of layers key of this file. I compared this manifest.json with manifest I got from the […]

AWS ECR Authentication Test

I’m trying to validate that I have access to ECR, so I’m getting my auth data but I can’t seem to find a simple healthcheck/ping like operation. Using the aws-cli I can just login, but using the cli is not an option in my case. This is how I’m getting my auth data const ecr […]

Issue with docker push on local registry https access to ressource denied

I have a problem with my registry docker. My “server” VM is on kali-linux. I created the registry docker in HTTP and use a centOS VM as a client. I declared the registry insecure in the client VM and it worked perfectly. Now I try to put it in HTTPS. In order to do that, […]

Pulling Docker Images from Private Repository using REGISTRY REST API

I setup a private docker registry (localhost:5000) and pushed an image (busy_box_r:latest) there. Now I am trying to pull images from private registry by using below command: docker pull localhost:5000/busybox_r:latest It is working fine, I can verify it by running command: docker@default:~$ docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE localhost:5000/busybox_r latest 00f017a8c2a6 2 weeks […]

Can not pull docker images from docker-registry when using ceph storage

When I use docker-registry and ceph, I have an question, please help me. [xxxxx@localhost ~]$ sudo docker ps -a CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES 483f958837a6 registry:2.6 “/entrypoint.sh /etc/” 16 minutes ago Up 16 minutes docker-registry 37801ea7b3d4 ceph/daemon “/entrypoint.sh rgw” 2 hours ago Up 48 minutes mad_euclid f913bdf3265c ceph/daemon “/entrypoint.sh osd_d” 3 hours […]

does docker rmi remove images from storage backend

I am using Azure Storage backend for my private docker repository. I want to free up local disk space and this is command I wish to execute. docker rmi -f $(docker images -q) I want to know, will this command delete the images on local system or will it also delete the images stored on […]

Creating Singularity container from local private docker registry

When creating a Singularity image from a Docker image, how do I correctly reference a Docker image in a local insecure private registry? Using Singularity 2.2.1, attempted using specfile: Bootstrap: docker Registry: localhost:5000 From: tensorflow:latest %runscript exec /usr/bin/python “$@” %post echo “Post install stuffs!” With the following results: Executing Prebootstrap module VERBOSE [U=0,P=22966] message.c:52:init() : […]

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