I am trying to build the docker image using Kaniko. While saving the snapshot image it returns the error that it could not save the file in /dev/autofs as it is an invalid argument. It only happens when TensorFlow is installed. I have found some related issues in github as well Saving file . for ..
I am trying to build a custom alpine docker image using Kaniko. When I attempt to use the APK package manager to download package, I see the following ssl error. :SSL routines:tls_process_server_certificate:certificate verify failed:ssl/statem/statem_clnt.c Note that I am behind an enterprise proxy. I have already provided Kaniko with certificate bundles and proxy settings. That is ..
I just learned that one can speed up the build process in Google Cloud build by using Kaniko cache. I looked at the docs and it provided a small example. However, I’m not sure how to apply it in my use case. I am basically pushing a Nuxt app into my Github repo and cloud ..
I have the below step in my google cloud build project – id: ‘database’ name: ‘gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:v0.20.0’ args: [ "–dockerfile=../Dockerfile", ‘–destination=eu.gcr.io/$PROJECT_ID/test:latest’] dir: ‘source/infrastructure/modules/test/src’ src is the folder where all my go files are. This step references this Dockerfile FROM golang:1.13 COPY ./ / WORKDIR / RUN go install The image builds ok locally, but when I ..
I am trying to build 2 containers in the same stage. The reasoning behind this is that everything is identical on them, but one of them will have a different usage. I don’t see a reason to make a multistage build since everything is already in place and creating a new stage would download the ..
The instructions for using Kaniko in GCB use the exec form of the kaniko project builder, like this: – id: ‘Build (with Kaniko Cache)’ name: ‘gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:latest’ timeout: 7200s args: – –destination=$_GCR_HOSTNAME/$PROJECT_ID/$REPO_NAME:$SHORT_SHA – –cache=true – –cache-ttl=6h But I’m using it to replace a docker build, in which I circumvent the exec form of usage in order ..
I created a Dockerfile to run a simple Vue.js SPA using lighttpd as the webserver. Dockerfile FROM node:fermium-alpine AS builder RUN apk update && apk add –no-cache git && rm -rf /var/cache/apk/* WORKDIR /app COPY package*.json ./ RUN npm set progress=false && npm config set depth 0 && npm ci COPY . . RUN npm ..
I am building a CI/CD pipeline using Tekton on a bare metal Kubernetes Cluster. I have managed to cache the necessary images (Node & Nginx) and the layers, but how can I cache the .cache / public folders created by Gatsby build? These folders are not present in the repo. If the build step does ..
I’m trying to speed up my Google Cloud Build for a React application (github repo). Therefor I started using Kaniko Cache as suggested in the official Cloud Build docs. It seems the npm install part of my build process is now indeed cached. However, I would have expected that npm run build would also be ..
using kaniko and Jenkins to push image to jfrog docker registry getting this intermittent error error pushing image: failed to push to destination docker.xxxxxxxxxxxx.com/xxxxx:1.0.0: unsupported status code 400; body: <html> <head><title>400 Bad Request</title></head> <body bgcolor="white"> <center><h1>400 Bad Request</h1></center> <hr><center>nginx/1.12.2</center> </body> </html> appreciate any help Source: Docker..