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{
symlinkJoin,
coreutils,
docker,
e2fsprogs,
findutils,
go,
jshon,
jq,
lib,
pkgs,
pigz,
nix,
runCommand,
rsync,
shadow,
stdenv,
storeDir ? builtins.storeDir,
utillinux,
vmTools,
writeReferencesToFile,
referencesByPopularity,
writeScript,
writeText,
closureInfo
}:
# WARNING: this API is unstable and may be subject to backwards-incompatible changes in the future.
rec {
examples = import ./examples.nix {
inherit pkgs buildImage pullImage shadowSetup buildImageWithNixDb;
};
pullImage = let
fixName = name: builtins.replaceStrings ["/" ":"] ["-" "-"] name;
in
{ imageName
# To find the digest of an image, you can use skopeo:
# see doc/functions.xml
, imageDigest
, sha256
, os ? "linux"
, arch ? "amd64"
# This used to set a tag to the pulled image
, finalImageTag ? "latest"
, name ? fixName "docker-image-${imageName}-${finalImageTag}.tar"
}:
runCommand name {
inherit imageName imageDigest;
imageTag = finalImageTag;
impureEnvVars = pkgs.stdenv.lib.fetchers.proxyImpureEnvVars;
outputHashMode = "flat";
outputHashAlgo = "sha256";
outputHash = sha256;
nativeBuildInputs = lib.singleton (pkgs.skopeo);
SSL_CERT_FILE = "${pkgs.cacert.out}/etc/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt";
sourceURL = "docker://${imageName}@${imageDigest}";
destNameTag = "${imageName}:${finalImageTag}";
} ''
skopeo --override-os ${os} --override-arch ${arch} copy "$sourceURL" "docker-archive://$out:$destNameTag"
'';
# We need to sum layer.tar, not a directory, hence tarsum instead of nix-hash.
# And we cannot untar it, because then we cannot preserve permissions ecc.
tarsum = runCommand "tarsum" {
buildInputs = [ go ];
} ''
mkdir tarsum
cd tarsum
cp ${./tarsum.go} tarsum.go
export GOPATH=$(pwd)
mkdir -p src/github.com/docker/docker/pkg
ln -sT ${docker.src}/components/engine/pkg/tarsum src/github.com/docker/docker/pkg/tarsum
go build
mkdir -p $out/bin
cp tarsum $out/bin/
'';
# buildEnv creates symlinks to dirs, which is hard to edit inside the overlay VM
mergeDrvs = {
derivations,
onlyDeps ? false
}:
runCommand "merge-drvs" {
inherit derivations onlyDeps;
} ''
if [[ -n "$onlyDeps" ]]; then
echo $derivations > $out
exit 0
fi
mkdir $out
for derivation in $derivations; do
echo "Merging $derivation..."
if [[ -d "$derivation" ]]; then
# If it's a directory, copy all of its contents into $out.
cp -drf --preserve=mode -f $derivation/* $out/
else
# Otherwise treat the derivation as a tarball and extract it
# into $out.
tar -C $out -xpf $drv || true
fi
done
'';
# Helper for setting up the base files for managing users and
# groups, only if such files don't exist already. It is suitable for
# being used in a runAsRoot script.
shadowSetup = ''
export PATH=${shadow}/bin:$PATH
mkdir -p /etc/pam.d
if [[ ! -f /etc/passwd ]]; then
echo "root:x:0:0::/root:${stdenv.shell}" > /etc/passwd
echo "root:!x:::::::" > /etc/shadow
fi
if [[ ! -f /etc/group ]]; then
echo "root:x:0:" > /etc/group
echo "root:x::" > /etc/gshadow
fi
if [[ ! -f /etc/pam.d/other ]]; then
cat > /etc/pam.d/other <<EOF
account sufficient pam_unix.so
auth sufficient pam_rootok.so
password requisite pam_unix.so nullok sha512
session required pam_unix.so
EOF
fi
if [[ ! -f /etc/login.defs ]]; then
touch /etc/login.defs
fi
'';
# Run commands in a virtual machine.
runWithOverlay = {
name,
fromImage ? null,
fromImageName ? null,
fromImageTag ? null,
diskSize ? 1024,
preMount ? "",
postMount ? "",
postUmount ? ""
}:
vmTools.runInLinuxVM (
runCommand name {
preVM = vmTools.createEmptyImage {
size = diskSize;
fullName = "docker-run-disk";
};
inherit fromImage fromImageName fromImageTag;
buildInputs = [ utillinux e2fsprogs jshon rsync ];
} ''
rm -rf $out
mkdir disk
mkfs /dev/${vmTools.hd}
mount /dev/${vmTools.hd} disk
cd disk
if [[ -n "$fromImage" ]]; then
echo "Unpacking base image..."
mkdir image
tar -C image -xpf "$fromImage"
# If the image name isn't set, read it from the image repository json.
if [[ -z "$fromImageName" ]]; then
fromImageName=$(jshon -k < image/repositories | head -n 1)
echo "From-image name wasn't set. Read $fromImageName."
fi
# If the tag isn't set, use the name as an index into the json
# and read the first key found.
if [[ -z "$fromImageTag" ]]; then
fromImageTag=$(jshon -e $fromImageName -k < image/repositories \
| head -n1)
echo "From-image tag wasn't set. Read $fromImageTag."
fi
# Use the name and tag to get the parent ID field.
parentID=$(jshon -e $fromImageName -e $fromImageTag -u \
< image/repositories)
fi
# Unpack all of the parent layers into the image.
lowerdir=""
while [[ -n "$parentID" ]]; do
echo "Unpacking layer $parentID"
mkdir -p image/$parentID/layer
tar -C image/$parentID/layer -xpf image/$parentID/layer.tar
rm image/$parentID/layer.tar
find image/$parentID/layer -name ".wh.*" -exec bash -c 'name="$(basename {}|sed "s/^.wh.//")"; mknod "$(dirname {})/$name" c 0 0; rm {}' \;
# Get the next lower directory and continue the loop.
lowerdir=$lowerdir''${lowerdir:+:}image/$parentID/layer
parentID=$(cat image/$parentID/json \
| (jshon -e parent -u 2>/dev/null || true))
done
mkdir work
mkdir layer
mkdir mnt
${lib.optionalString (preMount != "") ''
# Execute pre-mount steps
echo "Executing pre-mount steps..."
${preMount}
''}
if [ -n "$lowerdir" ]; then
mount -t overlay overlay -olowerdir=$lowerdir,workdir=work,upperdir=layer mnt
else
mount --bind layer mnt
fi
${lib.optionalString (postMount != "") ''
# Execute post-mount steps
echo "Executing post-mount steps..."
${postMount}
''}
umount mnt
(
cd layer
cmd='name="$(basename {})"; touch "$(dirname {})/.wh.$name"; rm "{}"'
find . -type c -exec bash -c "$cmd" \;
)
${postUmount}
'');
exportImage = { name ? fromImage.name, fromImage, fromImageName ? null, fromImageTag ? null, diskSize ? 1024 }:
runWithOverlay {
inherit name fromImage fromImageName fromImageTag diskSize;
postMount = ''
echo "Packing raw image..."
tar -C mnt --hard-dereference --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" -cf $out .
'';
};
# Create an executable shell script which has the coreutils in its
# PATH. Since root scripts are executed in a blank environment, even
# things like `ls` or `echo` will be missing.
shellScript = name: text:
writeScript name ''
#!${stdenv.shell}
set -e
export PATH=${coreutils}/bin:/bin
${text}
'';
# Create $maxLayers worth of Docker Layers, one layer per store path
# unless there are more paths than $maxLayers. In that case, create
# $maxLayers-1 for the most popular layers, and smush the remainaing
# store paths in to one final layer.
mkManyPureLayers = {
name,
# Files to add to the layer.
closure,
configJson,
# Docker has a 42-layer maximum, we pick 24 to ensure there is plenty
# of room for extension
maxLayers ? 24
}:
runCommand "${name}-granular-docker-layers" {
inherit maxLayers;
paths = referencesByPopularity closure;
buildInputs = [ jshon rsync tarsum ];
enableParallelBuilding = true;
}
''
# Delete impurities for store path layers, so they don't get
# shared and taint other projects.
cat ${configJson} \
| jshon -d config \
| jshon -s "1970-01-01T00:00:01Z" -i created > generic.json
# WARNING!
# The following code is fiddly w.r.t. ensuring every layer is
# created, and that no paths are missed. If you change the
# following head and tail call lines, double-check that your
# code behaves properly when the number of layers equals:
# maxLayers-1, maxLayers, and maxLayers+1
head -n $((maxLayers - 1)) $paths | cat -n | xargs -P$NIX_BUILD_CORES -n2 ${./store-path-to-layer.sh}
if [ $(cat $paths | wc -l) -ge $maxLayers ]; then
tail -n+$maxLayers $paths | xargs ${./store-path-to-layer.sh} $maxLayers
fi
echo "Finished building layer '$name'"
mv ./layers $out
'';
# Create a "Customisation" layer which adds symlinks at the root of
# the image to the root paths of the closure. Also add the config
# data like what command to run and the environment to run it in.
mkCustomisationLayer = {
name,
# Files to add to the layer.
contents,
baseJson,
uid ? 0, gid ? 0,
}:
runCommand "${name}-customisation-layer" {
buildInputs = [ jshon rsync tarsum ];
}
''
cp -r ${contents}/ ./layer
# Tar up the layer and throw it into 'layer.tar'.
echo "Packing layer..."
mkdir $out
tar -C layer --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" --owner=${toString uid} --group=${toString gid} -cf $out/layer.tar .
# Compute a checksum of the tarball.
echo "Computing layer checksum..."
tarhash=$(tarsum < $out/layer.tar)
# Add a 'checksum' field to the JSON, with the value set to the
# checksum of the tarball.
cat ${baseJson} | jshon -s "$tarhash" -i checksum > $out/json
# Indicate to docker that we're using schema version 1.0.
echo -n "1.0" > $out/VERSION
'';
# Create a "layer" (set of files).
mkPureLayer = {
# Name of the layer
name,
# JSON containing configuration and metadata for this layer.
baseJson,
# Files to add to the layer.
contents ? null,
# When copying the contents into the image, preserve symlinks to
# directories (see `rsync -K`). Otherwise, transform those symlinks
# into directories.
keepContentsDirlinks ? false,
# Additional commands to run on the layer before it is tar'd up.
extraCommands ? "", uid ? 0, gid ? 0
}:
runCommand "docker-layer-${name}" {
inherit baseJson contents extraCommands;
buildInputs = [ jshon rsync tarsum ];
}
''
mkdir layer
if [[ -n "$contents" ]]; then
echo "Adding contents..."
for item in $contents; do
echo "Adding $item"
rsync -a${if keepContentsDirlinks then "K" else "k"} --chown=0:0 $item/ layer/
done
else
echo "No contents to add to layer."
fi
chmod ug+w layer
if [[ -n $extraCommands ]]; then
(cd layer; eval "$extraCommands")
fi
# Tar up the layer and throw it into 'layer.tar'.
echo "Packing layer..."
mkdir $out
tar -C layer --hard-dereference --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" --owner=${toString uid} --group=${toString gid} -cf $out/layer.tar .
# Compute a checksum of the tarball.
echo "Computing layer checksum..."
tarhash=$(tarsum < $out/layer.tar)
# Add a 'checksum' field to the JSON, with the value set to the
# checksum of the tarball.
cat ${baseJson} | jshon -s "$tarhash" -i checksum > $out/json
# Indicate to docker that we're using schema version 1.0.
echo -n "1.0" > $out/VERSION
echo "Finished building layer '${name}'"
'';
# Make a "root" layer; required if we need to execute commands as a
# privileged user on the image. The commands themselves will be
# performed in a virtual machine sandbox.
mkRootLayer = {
# Name of the image.
name,
# Script to run as root. Bash.
runAsRoot,
# Files to add to the layer. If null, an empty layer will be created.
contents ? null,
# When copying the contents into the image, preserve symlinks to
# directories (see `rsync -K`). Otherwise, transform those symlinks
# into directories.
keepContentsDirlinks ? false,
# JSON containing configuration and metadata for this layer.
baseJson,
# Existing image onto which to append the new layer.
fromImage ? null,
# Name of the image we're appending onto.
fromImageName ? null,
# Tag of the image we're appending onto.
fromImageTag ? null,
# How much disk to allocate for the temporary virtual machine.
diskSize ? 1024,
# Commands (bash) to run on the layer; these do not require sudo.
extraCommands ? ""
}:
# Generate an executable script from the `runAsRoot` text.
let
runAsRootScript = shellScript "run-as-root.sh" runAsRoot;
extraCommandsScript = shellScript "extra-commands.sh" extraCommands;
in runWithOverlay {
name = "docker-layer-${name}";
inherit fromImage fromImageName fromImageTag diskSize;
preMount = lib.optionalString (contents != null && contents != []) ''
echo "Adding contents..."
for item in ${toString contents}; do
echo "Adding $item..."
rsync -a${if keepContentsDirlinks then "K" else "k"} --chown=0:0 $item/ layer/
done
chmod ug+w layer
'';
postMount = ''
mkdir -p mnt/{dev,proc,sys} mnt${storeDir}
# Mount /dev, /sys and the nix store as shared folders.
mount --rbind /dev mnt/dev
mount --rbind /sys mnt/sys
mount --rbind ${storeDir} mnt${storeDir}
# Execute the run as root script. See 'man unshare' for
# details on what's going on here; basically this command
# means that the runAsRootScript will be executed in a nearly
# completely isolated environment.
unshare -imnpuf --mount-proc chroot mnt ${runAsRootScript}
# Unmount directories and remove them.
umount -R mnt/dev mnt/sys mnt${storeDir}
rmdir --ignore-fail-on-non-empty \
mnt/dev mnt/proc mnt/sys mnt${storeDir} \
mnt$(dirname ${storeDir})
'';
postUmount = ''
(cd layer; ${extraCommandsScript})
echo "Packing layer..."
mkdir $out
tar -C layer --hard-dereference --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" -cf $out/layer.tar .
# Compute the tar checksum and add it to the output json.
echo "Computing checksum..."
tarhash=$(${tarsum}/bin/tarsum < $out/layer.tar)
cat ${baseJson} | jshon -s "$tarhash" -i checksum > $out/json
# Indicate to docker that we're using schema version 1.0.
echo -n "1.0" > $out/VERSION
echo "Finished building layer '${name}'"
'';
};
buildLayeredImage = {
# Image Name
name,
# Image tag, the Nix's output hash will be used if null
tag ? null,
# Files to put on the image (a nix store path or list of paths).
contents ? [],
# Docker config; e.g. what command to run on the container.
config ? {},
# Time of creation of the image. Passing "now" will make the
# created date be the time of building.
created ? "1970-01-01T00:00:01Z",
# Docker's lowest maximum layer limit is 42-layers for an old
# version of the AUFS graph driver. We pick 24 to ensure there is
# plenty of room for extension. I believe the actual maximum is
# 128.
maxLayers ? 24
}:
let
uid = 0;
gid = 0;
baseName = baseNameOf name;
contentsEnv = symlinkJoin { name = "bulk-layers"; paths = (if builtins.isList contents then contents else [ contents ]); };
configJson = let
pure = writeText "${baseName}-config.json" (builtins.toJSON {
inherit created config;
architecture = "amd64";
os = "linux";
});
impure = runCommand "${baseName}-standard-dynamic-date.json"
{ buildInputs = [ jq ]; }
''
jq ".created = \"$(TZ=utc date --iso-8601="seconds")\"" ${pure} > $out
'';
in if created == "now" then impure else pure;
bulkLayers = mkManyPureLayers {
name = baseName;
closure = writeText "closure" "${contentsEnv} ${configJson}";
# One layer will be taken up by the customisationLayer, so
# take up one less.
maxLayers = maxLayers - 1;
inherit configJson;
};
customisationLayer = mkCustomisationLayer {
name = baseName;
contents = contentsEnv;
baseJson = configJson;
inherit uid gid;
};
result = runCommand "docker-image-${baseName}.tar.gz" {
buildInputs = [ jshon pigz coreutils findutils jq ];
# Image name and tag must be lowercase
imageName = lib.toLower name;
imageTag = if tag == null then "" else lib.toLower tag;
baseJson = configJson;
} ''
${lib.optionalString (tag == null) ''
outName="$(basename "$out")"
outHash=$(echo "$outName" | cut -d - -f 1)
imageTag=$outHash
''}
find ${bulkLayers} -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 | sort -t/ -k5 -n > layer-list
echo ${customisationLayer} >> layer-list
mkdir image
imageJson=$(cat ${configJson} | jq ". + {\"rootfs\": {\"diff_ids\": [], \"type\": \"layers\"}}")
manifestJson=$(jq -n "[{\"RepoTags\":[\"$imageName:$imageTag\"]}]")
for layer in $(cat layer-list); do
layerChecksum=$(sha256sum $layer/layer.tar | cut -d ' ' -f1)
layerID=$(sha256sum "$layer/json" | cut -d ' ' -f 1)
ln -s "$layer" "./image/$layerID"
manifestJson=$(echo "$manifestJson" | jq ".[0].Layers |= [\"$layerID/layer.tar\"] + .")
imageJson=$(echo "$imageJson" | jq ".history |= [{\"created\": \"$(jq -r .created ${configJson})\"}] + .")
imageJson=$(echo "$imageJson" | jq ".rootfs.diff_ids |= [\"sha256:$layerChecksum\"] + .")
done
imageJsonChecksum=$(echo "$imageJson" | sha256sum | cut -d ' ' -f1)
echo "$imageJson" > "image/$imageJsonChecksum.json"
manifestJson=$(echo "$manifestJson" | jq ".[0].Config = \"$imageJsonChecksum.json\"")
echo "$manifestJson" > image/manifest.json
jshon -n object \
-n object -s "$layerID" -i "$imageTag" \
-i "$imageName" > image/repositories
echo "Cooking the image..."
tar -C image --dereference --hard-dereference --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" --owner=0 --group=0 --mode=a-w --xform s:'^./':: -c . | pigz -nT > $out
echo "Finished."
'';
in
result;
# 1. extract the base image
# 2. create the layer
# 3. add layer deps to the layer itself, diffing with the base image
# 4. compute the layer id
# 5. put the layer in the image
# 6. repack the image
buildImage = args@{
# Image name.
name,
# Image tag, when null then the nix output hash will be used.
tag ? null,
# Parent image, to append to.
fromImage ? null,
# Name of the parent image; will be read from the image otherwise.
fromImageName ? null,
# Tag of the parent image; will be read from the image otherwise.
fromImageTag ? null,
# Files to put on the image (a nix store path or list of paths).
contents ? null,
# When copying the contents into the image, preserve symlinks to
# directories (see `rsync -K`). Otherwise, transform those symlinks
# into directories.
keepContentsDirlinks ? false,
# Docker config; e.g. what command to run on the container.
config ? null,
# Optional bash script to run on the files prior to fixturizing the layer.
extraCommands ? "", uid ? 0, gid ? 0,
# Optional bash script to run as root on the image when provisioning.
runAsRoot ? null,
# Size of the virtual machine disk to provision when building the image.
diskSize ? 1024,
# Time of creation of the image.
created ? "1970-01-01T00:00:01Z",
}:
let
baseName = baseNameOf name;
# Create a JSON blob of the configuration. Set the date to unix zero.
baseJson = let
pure = writeText "${baseName}-config.json" (builtins.toJSON {
inherit created config;
architecture = "amd64";
os = "linux";
});
impure = runCommand "${baseName}-config.json"
{ buildInputs = [ jq ]; }
''
jq ".created = \"$(TZ=utc date --iso-8601="seconds")\"" ${pure} > $out
'';
in if created == "now" then impure else pure;
layer =
if runAsRoot == null
then mkPureLayer {
name = baseName;
inherit baseJson contents keepContentsDirlinks extraCommands uid gid;
} else mkRootLayer {
name = baseName;
inherit baseJson fromImage fromImageName fromImageTag
contents keepContentsDirlinks runAsRoot diskSize
extraCommands;
};
result = runCommand "docker-image-${baseName}.tar.gz" {
buildInputs = [ jshon pigz coreutils findutils jq ];
# Image name and tag must be lowercase
imageName = lib.toLower name;
imageTag = if tag == null then "" else lib.toLower tag;
inherit fromImage baseJson;
layerClosure = writeReferencesToFile layer;
passthru.buildArgs = args;
passthru.layer = layer;
} ''
${lib.optionalString (tag == null) ''
outName="$(basename "$out")"
outHash=$(echo "$outName" | cut -d - -f 1)
imageTag=$outHash
''}
# Print tar contents:
# 1: Interpreted as relative to the root directory
# 2: With no trailing slashes on directories
# This is useful for ensuring that the output matches the
# values generated by the "find" command
ls_tar() {
for f in $(tar -tf $1 | xargs realpath -ms --relative-to=.); do
if [[ "$f" != "." ]]; then
echo "/$f"
fi
done
}
mkdir image
touch baseFiles
if [[ -n "$fromImage" ]]; then
echo "Unpacking base image..."
tar -C image -xpf "$fromImage"
# Do not import the base image configuration and manifest
chmod a+w image image/*.json
rm -f image/*.json
if [[ -z "$fromImageName" ]]; then
fromImageName=$(jshon -k < image/repositories|head -n1)
fi
if [[ -z "$fromImageTag" ]]; then
fromImageTag=$(jshon -e $fromImageName -k \
< image/repositories|head -n1)
fi
parentID=$(jshon -e $fromImageName -e $fromImageTag -u \
< image/repositories)
for l in image/*/layer.tar; do
ls_tar $l >> baseFiles
done
fi
chmod -R ug+rw image
mkdir temp
cp ${layer}/* temp/
chmod ug+w temp/*
for dep in $(cat $layerClosure); do
find $dep >> layerFiles
done
echo "Adding layer..."
# Record the contents of the tarball with ls_tar.
ls_tar temp/layer.tar >> baseFiles
# Append nix/store directory to the layer so that when the layer is loaded in the
# image /nix/store has read permissions for non-root users.
# nix/store is added only if the layer has /nix/store paths in it.
if [ $(wc -l < $layerClosure) -gt 1 ] && [ $(grep -c -e "^/nix/store$" baseFiles) -eq 0 ]; then
mkdir -p nix/store
chmod -R 555 nix
echo "./nix" >> layerFiles
echo "./nix/store" >> layerFiles
fi
# Get the files in the new layer which were *not* present in
# the old layer, and record them as newFiles.
comm <(sort -n baseFiles|uniq) \
<(sort -n layerFiles|uniq|grep -v ${layer}) -1 -3 > newFiles
# Append the new files to the layer.
tar -rpf temp/layer.tar --hard-dereference --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" \
--owner=0 --group=0 --no-recursion --files-from newFiles
echo "Adding meta..."
# If we have a parentID, add it to the json metadata.
if [[ -n "$parentID" ]]; then
cat temp/json | jshon -s "$parentID" -i parent > tmpjson
mv tmpjson temp/json
fi
# Take the sha256 sum of the generated json and use it as the layer ID.
# Compute the size and add it to the json under the 'Size' field.
layerID=$(sha256sum temp/json|cut -d ' ' -f 1)
size=$(stat --printf="%s" temp/layer.tar)
cat temp/json | jshon -s "$layerID" -i id -n $size -i Size > tmpjson
mv tmpjson temp/json
# Use the temp folder we've been working on to create a new image.
mv temp image/$layerID
# Create image json and image manifest
imageJson=$(cat ${baseJson} | jq ". + {\"rootfs\": {\"diff_ids\": [], \"type\": \"layers\"}}")
manifestJson=$(jq -n "[{\"RepoTags\":[\"$imageName:$imageTag\"]}]")
currentID=$layerID
while [[ -n "$currentID" ]]; do
layerChecksum=$(sha256sum image/$currentID/layer.tar | cut -d ' ' -f1)
imageJson=$(echo "$imageJson" | jq ".history |= [{\"created\": \"$(jq -r .created ${baseJson})\"}] + .")
imageJson=$(echo "$imageJson" | jq ".rootfs.diff_ids |= [\"sha256:$layerChecksum\"] + .")
manifestJson=$(echo "$manifestJson" | jq ".[0].Layers |= [\"$currentID/layer.tar\"] + .")
currentID=$(cat image/$currentID/json | (jshon -e parent -u 2>/dev/null || true))
done
imageJsonChecksum=$(echo "$imageJson" | sha256sum | cut -d ' ' -f1)
echo "$imageJson" > "image/$imageJsonChecksum.json"
manifestJson=$(echo "$manifestJson" | jq ".[0].Config = \"$imageJsonChecksum.json\"")
echo "$manifestJson" > image/manifest.json
# Store the json under the name image/repositories.
jshon -n object \
-n object -s "$layerID" -i "$imageTag" \
-i "$imageName" > image/repositories
# Make the image read-only.
chmod -R a-w image
echo "Cooking the image..."
tar -C image --hard-dereference --sort=name --mtime="@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" --owner=0 --group=0 --xform s:'^./':: -c . | pigz -nT > $out
echo "Finished."
'';
in
result;
# Build an image and populate its nix database with the provided
# contents. The main purpose is to be able to use nix commands in
# the container.
# Be careful since this doesn't work well with multilayer.
buildImageWithNixDb = args@{ contents ? null, extraCommands ? "", ... }:
let contentsList = if builtins.isList contents then contents else [ contents ];
in buildImage (args // {
extraCommands = ''
echo "Generating the nix database..."
echo "Warning: only the database of the deepest Nix layer is loaded."
echo " If you want to use nix commands in the container, it would"
echo " be better to only have one layer that contains a nix store."
export NIX_REMOTE=local?root=$PWD
${nix}/bin/nix-store --load-db < ${closureInfo {rootPaths = contentsList;}}/registration
mkdir -p nix/var/nix/gcroots/docker/
for i in ${lib.concatStringsSep " " contentsList}; do
ln -s $i nix/var/nix/gcroots/docker/$(basename $i)
done;
'' + extraCommands;
});
}