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Re: can't create application with image from internat repository



On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 8:24 AM, Lorenz Vanthillo
<lorenz vanthillo outlook com> wrote:
> I have a project inimage with a service 'oef'. It's a working application
> which is just running a githubrepo with php-code.
> So a new image is created for this application and saved in the docker
> registry (I read this). When I'm accessing my docker container of my
> docker repository, I can see this project:
>
> $ docker exec -it 4399e0dc48fb bash #id of container
> $ cd /registry/docker/registry/v2/repositories/inimage/oef/
>
> Let's watch the images
> $ docker images
> REPOSITORY                                   TAG                 IMAGE ID
> CREATED             VIRTUAL SIZE
> 172.30.7.231:5000/inimage/oef                latest
> 6a8652a75144        6 minutes ago       537.2 MB
> 172.30.7.231:5000/inimage/oef                <none>
> 6a8652a75144        6 minutes ago       537.2 MB
> docker.io/wordpress                          latest
> 0187289071b8        33 hours ago        512.3 MB
> ...
>
> So now I'm creating a new project with the image of my registry
> $ oc new project test
> $ oc new application 172.30.7.231:5000/inimage/oef
> I1022 12:14:47.655999   14724 newapp.go:357] Image
> "172.30.7.231:5000/inimage/oef:latest" is a builder, so a repository will be
> expected unless you also specify --strategy=docker
> imagestreams/oef
> deploymentconfigs/oef
> services/oef
> Service "oef" created at 172.30.89.140 with port mappings 8080.
> Run 'oc status' to view your app.
>
> But there is no pod created, so no new container.
>
> This is the error in my webconsole:
> Couldn't create initial deployment: DeploymentConfig "oef" is invalid:
> triggers[1].imageChange.tag: invalid value 'latest', Details: no image
> recorded for vb/oef:latest
>
>
>
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Your deployment is triggered by the "vb/oef:latest" image, which is
produced by a build. The error you see is indicating that the image
doesn't exist, likely due to a build issue. Take a look at your builds
and see if there are any errors.


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