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Re: cockpit/kubernetes images in OKD 3.11 not being pulled

When I try a docker pull from a centos 7 box I have, it fails for me saying not found too. 

It looks rather deleted to me, because looking at the tags https://hub.docker.com/r/cockpit/kubernetes/tags it doesn't have a digest or compressed size. Docker hub shows it changed 18 days ago, so I guess that's when it got deleted.

Since you have the image locally, why don't you push from your machine into the openshift registry and run it from there?

On Sun, 22 Mar 2020 at 19:47, Tim Dudgeon <tdudgeon ml gmail com> wrote:
We're running OKD 3.11 clusters and they have started having problems
with the registry console.

This uses the docker.io/cockpit/kubernetes container image which can no
longer be pulled from the node on which the registry is running:

$ docker pull cockpit/kubernetes:latest
Trying to pull repository docker.io/cockpit/kubernetes ...
manifest for docker.io/cockpit/kubernetes:latest not found

However I can pull that image from my laptop without problems.

I notice that an DockerHub this image is described at 'obsoleted in
2018'. Is there anything in the OKD Docker configuration that blocks
this image being pulled?


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