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please add `--insecure-registry 172.27.25.59:5000` to the daemon's arguments #1005
The docker instructions simply don't work.
Ubunutu 15.04, docker version 1.6.1
I've modified the docker service file
restarted the service to no avail (sudo service docker restart)
I've followed the instructions for deploying the 2.0 registry with a TLS enabled https://docs.docker.com/registry/deploying/
and copied the generated crt file to /etc/docker/certs.d/172.27.25.59:5000/ca.crt and still I get the same error spit
And yet when you
This is extremely frustrating to setup as the default instructions for the docker registry don't use TLS.
@eaoliver registry:latest is still pointing to the python registry, which is this one repository here.
registry:2 is now the recommended way to go, and lives in https://github.com/docker/distribution
@eaoliver can you clarify what's wrong in your case?
@arnos problem is that his registry is probably not listening on the public interface (dial tcp 172.27.25.59:5000: connection refused)
Yours might very well be different, but I have no way to know without logs.
I'll test it out on monday
Sorry crazy week last week
starting from a clean vmdocker
I've followed @XiaokunHou advice but I am still getting the same error when running "docker run -d -p 5000:5000 registry:latest"
still getting the same error it's as if it's not even trying to ping the http port and just goes for https
and yes curl -1 http://172.27.25.59:5000/v1/_ping works fine and produces the expected result
the logs of the registry
you should add these lines in client docker machine, rather than the registry host machine. Add it and restart service.
right now the host and client are one and the same.
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 11:03 AM, XiaokunHou firstname.lastname@example.org
In my CentOS Linux release 7.1.1503 (Core)
file: /lib/systemd/system/docker.service text:
check here >> EnvironmentFile=-/etc/sysconfig/docker
file: /etc/sysconfig/docker text:
set registry address >> other_args="--insecure-registry yoururl"
here's the steps I do using docker-machine to run docker private registry:
add host-name in "/etc/host":
update profile env. variable "EXTRA_ARGS" in "/var/lib/boot2docker/profile" add "--insecure-registry localhub:5000"
create folder to host the images:
exit and back to my mac console & run private registry:
open another iterm, pull "hello-world", create another tag "localhub:5000/hello-world" and push it to private registry:
try to use hello-world from private registry:
your first comment in this issue mentioned:
it should be:
Setting Local insecure registry in docker along a proxy:
1.1) configure no_proxy env variable to bypass local IP/hostname/domainname...as proxy can throw a interactive msg ...like continue and this intermediate msg confuses docker client and finally timesout...[symptom observed: push done will not reach the regisrty service whose port is open at 5000]
1.2) if domainname is configured...then don't forget to update /etc/hosts file if not using DNS.
1.3) in /etc/default/docker set the env variables http_proxy and https_proxy...as it enables to download images from outside company hubs. format http_proxy=http://username:password@proxy:port
I am facing the same issue, hence not opening a new issue. Following are the details
On the file /lib/systemd/system/docker.service
the file /etc/sysconfig/docker has following contents
When i try to do
How to setup an insecure registry?
@prashantabkari those commands are to run on the host supporting the registry you've just spun up.
The errors hints at the fact that my client uses https which I have not told it to nor is it setup as such.
`$ docker pull busybox
$ docker images
$ docker tag busybox ub1604rel1:5000/me:1
$ docker push ub1604rel1:5000/me:1
Please note -again, that IF I do the above steps with "localhost" vs the hostname or the ip address it works.
I am on Fedora 28 and the solution I found was changing
Keep in mind other solutions reference
Where you can see its