When I try to run mvn -DaltDeploymentRepository=nexus::default::http://nexus:8081/repository/maven-snapshots/ deploy in my Jenkins pipeline, I get the following error: Non-resolvable import POM: Could not find artifact org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-dependencies:pom:2.4.4 in nexus (http://nexus:8081/repositories/maven-public) @ mypackage:backend:[unknown-version], /var/jenkins_home/jobs/myapp/jobs/build-and-deploy/workspace/backend/pom.xml, line 78, column 25 The maven-public repository is a group repository that encompasses maven-central, maven-releases and maven-snapshots. The maven-central is a proxy repository with ..
I am trying to push a docker image to my nexus repository manager. It usually works fine, but now the push is stuck while "finalizing": The upload itself seems to be reasonably fast, the nexus web UI is also responsive. What could cause this issue? Source: Docker..
I have a question about the priority given by Nexus between two proxied repositories, if a docker image is found with the same name in two different repo that you added as proxies like gcr.io or quay.io, from which one will it pull ? Source: Docker..
I am trying to setup Nexus 3.0 as a private registry for Docker in Windows 10. I am using Docker Desktop[Latest]. Also, added Docker Realm Docker Daemon config But when I tried to login, I am getting connection refused error. What am I missing here? Source: Docker..
I am using Portainer to deploy my containers. I need it to: automatically update the base images of my custom image and redeploy them poll a docker registry (in my case Nexus) to check for newer versions of the custom image, pull that image and deploy it (all automatically). Is there a way to achieve ..
I want to login my private nexus docker registry without SSL but I have met some errors. I applied solutions which is suggested on web but it didn’t resolve my problem. I dont use SSL certificate in nexus and I want to login,push or pull etc. to nexus without SSL. I have added my daemon.json ..
I’m currently trying to migrate from a classic Nexus Repo 3.18.1 installation (nexus ran from the binary with ./nexus start) to a containerized version with Docker (3.30.1). Looking at the Moving nexus article the process seems straightforward, but focuses on two directories I will need to move: the application directory the data directory (the blob ..
We are using OSS 3.27.0-03 version of Nexus RM inside docker container. I’m currently trying to configure LDAP authentication but I’m stuck on the very beginning: Failed to connect to LDAP Server: XXXXX:389 [Caused by java.net.UnknownHostException: XXXXX] When I test the connection from the container itself using: ldapsearch and same credentials I use in Nexus ..
Sorry if the title is a little vague but I need to find the real culprit. I have this setup: -a git repository called MyRepo. -a Jenkins instance that auto-builds MyRepo. On post-build steps there’s a simple script that executes: #!/bin/bash branch=$1 docker build -t server.com:5000/MyRepo:$branch . docker push server.com:5000/MyRepo:$branch -The server.com:5000 is the Nexus ..
I’m trying to use a Maven Docker image to build a project. The pom of the project has it’s parent in a Nexus repository. When I build the project, it says that the parent pom is not resolvable since it doesn’t look for it in Nexus. How do I make the image look in Nexus? ..