Thanks Daniel.That and a handy version.txt file in the EAP images will do.sudo docker run -it jboss-eap-6/eap64-openshift:1.
4-13 cat /opt/eap/version.txtOn 20 October 2016 at 06:28, Daniel McPherson <dmcphers redhat com> wrote:sudo docker run -it rhel7:<tag> cat /etc/redhat-releaseOn Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 11:27 PM, Lionel Orellana <lionelve gmail com> wrote:______________________________I suppose I can do this but what version of EAP (and RHEL) does each tag map to?On 19 October 2016 at 14:19, Lionel Orellana <lionelve gmail com> wrote:Also, how do I see what tags are available for those images in the redhat registry?On 19 October 2016 at 12:15, Lionel Orellana <lionelve gmail com> wrote:Thanks Jonathan. Should have tried that.At the risk of asking another silly question, is there a way to easily know what version of RHEL is an EAP image built on? e.g. jboss-eap-6/eap64-openshi ftOn 19 October 2016 at 12:03, Jonathan Yu <jawnsy redhat com> wrote:Hi Lionel,On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 5:49 PM, Lionel Orellana <lionelve gmail com> wrote:HiIs there an officially supported image of RHEL? I see all the xPaaS images in the customer portal but nothing about a plain RHEL image like there is for Centos.
Yes, there is: https://access.redhat.com/sear
ch/#/container-images?q=rhel&p =1&sort=relevant&rows=12&srch= any&documentKind=ImageReposito ry
On a RHEL system you should be able to do: "docker pull rhel7"
This is the image that other Red Hat-supported images are built on.
official s2i-nodejs-container is FROM rhscl/s2i-base-rhel7 which is FROM rhel7.2 (see the access.redhat.com search above)
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