Tag: docker registry

Docker cloud repository push: access to the requested resource is not authorized on Fedora 23

I’ve just come over from tutum and and am trying to deploy to a docker cloud repository. I’ve created the repository and have tagged an existing image: docker tag deploy foo/rtb When I attempt to push my tagged image up like so: docker push foo/rtb I get this: The push refers to a repository [docker.io/foo/rtb] […]

docker registry v2 upload fails for some images

I am running two kubernetes clusters on coreos in aws (acc and prod), and on both have setup a custom registry with nginx ssl (bought wildcart certs, checked ok) termination going to v1 + v2 backends, and all was running fine. Somehow, I now have an issue where one particular build won’t upload. Another image […]

Docker: private registry access

I’m trying to push an image to my docker private repository: docker pull busybox docker tag busybox living-registry.com:5000/busybox docker push living-registry.com:5000/busybox Docker tells me: The push refers to a repository [living-registry.com:5000/busybox] Get https://living-registry.com:5000/v1/_ping: read tcp 195.83.122.16:39714->195.83.122.16:5000: read: connection reset by peer These commands are being performed on a CoreOS. In another machine, I’ve started my […]

Unable to set up Docker UCP cluster

I am trying to install UCP master using the below command docker run –rm -i -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock –name ucp docker/ucp:1.0.3 install However, I am getting the below error ERRO[0029] Failed to set up initial UCP configuration FATA[0029] client: etcd cluster is unavailable or misconfigured Why do I see that error?

Not able to push docker images to docker private registry

I have created docker private register in my local “10.234.1.254” If i tag an image as 10.234.1.254:5000/hello-world and try to push it from another vm to the vm where registry is running – IT FAILS with below error The push refers to a repository [10.234.1.254:5000/hello-world] unable to ping registry endpoint https://10.234.1.254:5000/v0/ v2 ping attempt failed […]

Create app with image from own docker registry on OpenShift 3.1

I have my own docker registry secured with a selfsigned certificate. On other servers, I’m able to login on the registry and pull/push images from it. So that seems to work fine. But when I want to create an app from the image using OpenShift it does not seem te work: oc new-app ec2-xxx:5000/test/image1 error: […]

How to put docker image created through save command to remote registry without docker client

I looking for method to push tar file with image created by save command to remote docker repository using curl or something similar. So I looking for analog to docker tag some/image repository:5000/some/image docker push repository:5000/some/image but without installed docker client. I came up with code like userToken=$(oc login -u admin -p password > /dev/null […]

Docker client force Monolithic Upload

According to this, docker have two upload systems. Where the full layer uploads at once by PUT request(Monolithic Upload) Chunked by PATCH request. On my use case scenario I need to force the client to always push with Monolithic Upload. If a chunk request is received the registry must tell the client to fall back […]

Rancher can pull images from private registry

I have create a private registry by harbor. but when I use rancher to update a container, rancher can not pull images. before this registry.ziztour.com is normal operation. Rancher registries: Error: Manually pull my private registry image successful: rancher v1.1.0 docker v1.11.2

Docker Remote API to login to registry

I am looking for documentation for docker login, I need to login to a registry to pull docker image and I need to do it remotely using docker remote APIs. But unfortunately I am unable to find docker remote API docs, any help would be greatly appreciated. API doc : https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/api/docker_remote_api_v1.19/ Thanks in advance. Sarath […]

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