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Re: registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose:latest wrongly tagged?



Hey David,

Thanks for reporting this!

I've confirmed the problem using the skopeo tool and am asking around about a resolution. The build date looks pretty recent, so it's possible that the old version was rebuilt and therefore ended up as the "latest" - give us some time to investigate & we'll provide an update here.

$ skopeo inspect docker://registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose
{
    "Name": "registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose",
    "Tag": "latest",
    "Digest": "sha256:7595da041b4871d90de6f3c98a629a62c85eb22ae194824f3f16b306b79e49c4",
    "RepoTags": [
        "v3.3.1.20",
        "v3.3.0.34-1",
        "v3.5.5.5",
        "v3.5.5.8",
        "v3.3.1.4-1",
        "v3.3.1.19-2",
        "v3.3",
        "v3.2",
        "v3.1",
        "v3.1.1.10-2",
        "v3.5",
        "v3.4",
        "v3.3.1.11-2",
        "v3.2.1.13-1",
        "v3.2.1.21-1",
        "v3.2.0.44-2",
        "v3.2.1.4",
        "v3.2.1.7",
        "v3.2.1.9",
        "v3.4.1.5-2",
        "v3.3.1.3-1",
        "v3.4.1.2-2",
        "v3.5.5.5-2",
        "v3.1.1.8-1",
        "v3.2.1.17-1",
        "v3.2.1.26-2",
        "v3.4.0.39-2",
        "v3.2.0.20",
        "v3.4.1.16-2",
        "v3.1.1.6-19",
        "v3.1.1.6-16",
        "v3.1.1.6-17",
        "v3.1.1.6-14",
        "v3.1.1.6-15",
        "v3.1.1.6-12",
        "v3.1.1.6-10",
        "v3.3.0.32-2",
        "v3.1.1.7-0",
        "v3.2.0.20-3",
        "v3.3.1.7-0",
        "v3.2.1.4-1",
        "v3.4.1.18-4",
        "v3.2.1.30-3",
        "v3.3.1.14-1",
        "v3.3.1.20-5",
        "v3.2.1.9-3",
        "v3.2.1.7-1",
        "v3.1.1.11",
        "v3.1.1.10",
        "v3.1.0.4",
        "v3.1.0.4-3",
        "v3.1.0.4-2",
        "v3.1.0.4-1",
        "v3.3.1.5-2",
        "v3.4.0.40-1",
        "v3.3.0.35-1",
        "v3.3.1.17-2",
        "v3.3.1.17-4",
        "v3.2.0.46-2",
        "v3.4.0.39",
        "v3.4.0.40",
        "v3.1.1.11-2",
        "v3.2.1.31-2",
        "v3.4.1.7",
        "v3.4.1.5",
        "v3.4.1.2",
        "v3.3.1.19",
        "v3.4.1.7-2",
        "v3.3.1.11",
        "v3.2.0.46",
        "v3.3.1.14",
        "v3.3.1.17",
        "v3.4.1.18",
        "v3.2.1.28-3",
        "v3.4.1.16",
        "v3.4.1.10",
        "v3.4.1.12",
        "v3.2.1.13",
        "v3.1.1.8",
        "v3.2.1.17",
        "v3.2.1.15",
        "v3.1.1.7",
        "v3.1.1.6",
        "v3.2.1.15-1",
        "v3.4.1.12-3",
        "v3.2.0.44",
        "v3.2.1.1-2",
        "v3.4.1.10-3",
        "v3.5.5.8-3",
        "v3.1.1.6-3",
        "v3.2.1.26",
        "v3.2.1.23",
        "v3.2.1.21",
        "v3.2.1.23-2",
        "v3.2.1.28",
        "v3.1.1.6-21",
        "v3.2.1.31-4",
        "v3.3.1.3",
        "v3.3.1.5",
        "v3.3.1.4",
        "v3.3.1.7",
        "v3.2.1.1",
        "v3.2.1.30",
        "v3.2.1.31",
        "v3.3.0.34",
        "v3.3.0.35",
        "v3.3.0.32",
        "latest"
    ],
    "Created": "2017-04-21T03:54:53.292638Z",
    "DockerVersion": "1.12.6",
    "Labels": {
        "Component": "openshift-enterprise-base-docker",
        "architecture": "x86_64",
        "authoritative-source-url": "registry.access.redhat.com",
        "build-date": "2017-04-21T03:53:16.493374",
        "com.redhat.build-host": "ip-10-29-120-40.ec2.internal",
        "com.redhat.component": "openshift-enterprise-docker",
        "description": "The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Base image is designed to be a fully supported foundation for your containerized applications.  This base image provides your operations and application teams with the packages, language runtimes and tools necessary to run, maintain, and troubleshoot all of your applications. This image is maintained by Red Hat and updated regularly. It is designed and engineered to be the base layer for all of your containerized applications, middleware and utilites. When used as the source for all of your containers, only one copy will ever be downloaded and cached in your production environment. Use this image just like you would a regular Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution. Tools like yum, gzip, and bash are provided by default. For further information on how this image was built look at the /root/anacanda-ks.cfg file.",
        "distribution-scope": "public",
        "io.k8s.description": "Atomic OpenShift is a platform for developing, building, and deploying containerized applications.",
        "io.k8s.display-name": "Atomic OpenShift Application Platform",
        "io.openshift.tags": "openshift,core",
        "name": "openshift3/ose",
        "release": "4",
        "summary": "Provides the latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 in a fully featured and supported base image.",
        "vcs-ref": "93bead7bfc5c6fc324c9eccf4c57aafa777ab989",
        "vcs-type": "git",
        "vendor": "Red Hat, Inc.",
        "version": "v3.2.1.31"
    },
    "Architecture": "amd64",
    "Os": "linux",
    "Layers": [
        "sha256:8642dd241e54ecb57f49345f135e9bcedb0546e7e61c1ca4d0008a9925f50444",
        "sha256:fdd633d880f736958e14a036256b2def325acf6b438b7c849139fe92d5cbe4ce",
        "sha256:259ae1077db31339999252fc2885b0f537aee9c2685612da3a78bc113360067a",
        "sha256:fd719c82e1c8e843d24a80b9441e218b11bf586515d5808dc321c20de590ee20"
    ]
}


On Tue, May 9, 2017 at 9:06 AM, David Schweikert <david schweikert ch> wrote:
Hi,

I am a bit puzzled by the fact that doing a docker pull on:

   registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose:latest

Fetches version v3.2.1.31:

   $ docker inspect -f '{{.Config.Labels.version}}' registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose
   v3.2.1.31

However, it should be v3.5.5.8 according to this page:

   https://access.redhat.com/containers/?tab=tags#/registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose

Anybody else seeing this?

Cheers
David

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