Push Docker images on a registry¶
Generate Eclipse Steady images¶
In order to generate the Docker images to upload to a local registry, you should generate Eclipse Steady's Java archives. This can be done following Build JAVA archives/Docker images tutorial. To briefly summarize you should build and run an image which will populate your local directories with the Eclipse Steady JARs and WARs. In the end of this preliminary step you should have your images locally, this can be tested with the command
docker images | grep steady.
# sample output for `docker images` command steady-generator 3.2.5 a829f93eb9aa 22 hours ago 223MB steady-patch-lib-analyzer 3.2.5 fbe5ec6de811 22 hours ago 103MB steady-rest-backend 3.2.5 277217bc35b2 22 hours ago 136MB steady-rest-lib-utils 3.2.5 53bbb929895d 22 hours ago 127MB steady-frontend-bugs 3.2.5 fab5925fe785 22 hours ago 316MB steady-frontend-apps 3.2.5 191ce235c420 22 hours ago 317MB
Push the images to a registry¶
A script was created to push the images to a local Docker registry running inside your organization. This script simply tags the images and pushes them towards the registry.
To use the script you will need:
- a registry in your organization (e.g., goharbor/harbor)
- a username
- Eclipse Steady used version
Invoke the script with the following positional arguments.
docker login [registry] bash push-images.sh -r [registry] -p [project] -v [steady-version]
Pulling the images from a repository¶
You can use Docker to pull your images from a registry.
docker pull [registry]/[project]/steady-rest-backend:[steady-version]