MaciejCheers,Andrew your use-case is perfectly valid and it looks like a missing feature of oc tag.I've created https://github.com/openshift/origin/issues/14404 to track this issue.On Tue, May 30, 2017 at 9:52 AM, Andrew Lau <andrew andrewklau com> wrote:On Tue, 30 May 2017 at 17:46 Office ME2Digtial e. U. <office me2digital eu> wrote:Hi Andrew.
Andrew Lau have written on Tue, 30 May 2017 02:42:58 +0000:
You can't, afaik.> Is there a way to import images from an imagestream tag?
> ie. I have an imagestream
> - name: '7'
> openshift.io/display-name: Node.js 7
> iconClass: icon-nodejs
> tags: builder,nodejs
> supports: nodejs:7,nodejs
> version: '7'
> kind: ImageStreamTag
> name: s2i-nodejs:7
> namespace: jenkinstests
> If I rerun `oc tag jenkinstests/s2i-nodejs:7 test/s2i-nodejs:7` I
> lose the annotations on the tag.
> `oc import-image` only seems to work on Docker registries, not
`oc tag ..` is mainly for imagestreams.
When you want to copy the image you will need to do this via docker.
A example sequence can be found in this blog post.
1. docker login <source_reg>
2. docker pull <source_pull_spec>
3. docker tag <source_pull_pec> <dest_pull_spec>
4. docker login <dest_reg>
5. docker push <dest_pull_spec>
I'm looking to promote between namespaces, not clusters.I am referencing from an imagestreamtag. The only way so far I've found to update the tag is to be to tag it again but then I lose the s2i annotations.I was just hoping there was a way to bump the last imported (and hence buildconfig triggers) without having to `oc tag` and `oc annotate`.--
Aleksandar Lazic - ME2Digital e. U.
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