Image Management

Docker Image Management

Logging In to a Registry

Description

The isula login command is run to log in to a registry. After successful login, you can run the isula pull command to pull images from the registry. If the registry does not require a password, you do not need to run this command before pulling images.

Usage

isula login [OPTIONS] SERVER

Parameters

For details about parameters in the login command, see Table 1.

Example

$ isula login -u abc my.csp-edge.com:5000

Login Succeeded

Logging Out of a Registry

Description

The isula logout command is run to log out of a registry. If you run the isula pull command to pull images from the registry after logging out of the system, the image will fail to be pulled because you are not authenticated.

Usage

isula logout SERVER

Parameters

For details about parameters in the logout command, see Table 2.

Example

$ isula logout my.csp-edge.com:5000
Logout Succeeded

Pulling Images from a Registry

Description

Pull images from a registry to the local host.

Usage

isula pull [OPTIONS] NAME[:TAG|@DIGEST]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the pull command, see Table 3.

Example

$ isula pull localhost:5000/official/busybox
Image "localhost:5000/official/busybox" pulling
Image "localhost:5000/official/busybox@sha256:bf510723d2cd2d4e3f5ce7e93bf1e52c8fd76831995ac3bd3f90ecc866643aff" pulled

Deleting Images

Description

Delete one or more images.

Usage

isula rmi [OPTIONS] IMAGE [IMAGE...]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the rmi command, see Table 4.

Example

$ isula rmi rnd-dockerhub.huawei.com/official/busybox
Image "rnd-dockerhub.huawei.com/official/busybox" removed

Loading Images

Description

Load images from a .tar package. The .tar package must be exported by using the docker save command or must be in the same format.

Usage

isula load [OPTIONS]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the load command, see Table 5.

Example

$ isula load -i busybox.tar
Load image from "/root/busybox.tar" success

Listing Images

Description

List all images in the current environment.

Usage

isula images

Parameters

For details about parameters in the images command, see Table 6.

Example

$ isula images
REF                                              IMAGE ID             CREATED              SIZE
rnd-dockerhub.huawei.com/official/busybox:latest e4db68de4ff2         2019-06-15 08:19:54  1.376 MB

Inspecting Images

Description

After the configuration information of an image is returned, you can use the -f parameter to filter the information as needed.

Usage

isula inspect [options] CONTAINER|IMAGE [CONTAINER|IMAGE...]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the inspect command, see Table 7.

Example

$ isula inspect -f "{{json .image.id}}" rnd-dockerhub.huawei.com/official/busybox
"e4db68de4ff27c2adfea0c54bbb73a61a42f5b667c326de4d7d5b19ab71c6a3b"

Two-Way Authentication

Description

After this function is enabled, iSulad and image repositories communicate over HTTPS. Both iSulad and image repositories verify the validity of each other.

Usage

The corresponding registry needs to support this function and iSulad needs to be configured as follows:

  1. Modify iSulad configuration (default path: /etc/isulad/daemon.json) and set use-decrypted-key to false.

  2. Place related certificates in the folder named after the registry in the /etc/isulad/certs.d directory. For details about how to generate certificates, visit the official Docker website:

  3. Run the systemctl restart isulad command to restart iSulad.

Parameters

Parameters can be configured in the /etc/isulad/daemon.json file or carried when iSulad is started.

isulad --use-decrypted-key=false

Example

Set use-decrypted-key to false.

$ cat /etc/isulad/daemon.json
{
    "group": "isulad",
    "graph": "/var/lib/isulad",
    "state": "/var/run/isulad",
    "engine": "lcr",
    "log-level": "ERROR",
    "pidfile": "/var/run/isulad.pid",
    "log-opts": {
        "log-file-mode": "0600",
        "log-path": "/var/lib/isulad",
        "max-file": "1",
        "max-size": "30KB"
    },
    "log-driver": "stdout",
    "hook-spec": "/etc/default/isulad/hooks/default.json",
    "start-timeout": "2m",
    "storage-driver": "overlay2",
    "storage-opts": [
        "overlay2.override_kernel_check=true"
    ],
    "registry-mirrors": [
        "docker.io"
    ],
    "insecure-registries": [
        "rnd-dockerhub.huawei.com"
    ],
    "pod-sandbox-image": "",
    "image-opt-timeout": "5m",
    "native.umask": "secure",
    "network-plugin": "",
    "cni-bin-dir": "",
    "cni-conf-dir": "",
    "image-layer-check": false,
    "use-decrypted-key": false,
    "insecure-skip-verify-enforce": false
}

Place the certificate in the corresponding directory.

$ pwd
/etc/isulad/certs.d/my.csp-edge.com:5000
$ ls
ca.crt  tls.cert  tls.key

Restart iSulad.

$ systemctl restart isulad

Run the pull command to download images from the registry:

$ isula pull my.csp-edge.com:5000/busybox
Image "my.csp-edge.com:5000/busybox" pulling
Image "my.csp-edge.com:5000/busybox@sha256:f1bdc62115dbfe8f54e52e19795ee34b4473babdeb9bc4f83045d85c7b2ad5c0" pulled

Embedded Image Management

Loading Images

Description

Load images based on the manifest files of embedded images. The value of –type must be set to embedded.

Usage

isula load [OPTIONS] --input=FILE --type=TYPE

Parameters

For details about parameters in the load command, see Table 5.

Example

$ isula load -i test.manifest --type embedded
Load image from "/root/work/bugfix/tmp/ci_testcase_data/embedded/img/test.manifest" success

Listing Images

Description

List all images in the current environment.

Usage

isula images [OPTIONS]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the images command, see Table 6.

Example

$ isula images
REF                            IMAGE ID             CREATED              SIZE
test:v1                        9319da1f5233         2018-03-01 10:55:44  1.273 MB

Inspecting Images

Description

After the configuration information of an image is returned, you can use the -f parameter to filter the information as needed.

Usage

isula inspect [options] CONTAINER|IMAGE [CONTAINER|IMAGE...]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the inspect command, see Table 7.

Example

$ isula inspect -f "{{json .created}}" test:v1
"2018-03-01T15:55:44.322987811Z"

Deleting Images

Description

Delete one or more images.

Usage

isula rmi [OPTIONS] IMAGE [IMAGE...]

Parameters

For details about parameters in the rmi command, see Table 4.

Example

$ isula rmi test:v1
Image "test:v1" removed
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