I’m trying to find a suitable docker image to host a spring application. The current stack used is openjdk 11 and Tomcat 9. Docker hub https://hub.docker.com/_/tomcat?tab=tags&page=1&ordering=last_updated has image and I can see lot of tags. But the tags are not descriptive. Is there a way to identify if an image has a specific version version ..
I want to run c# console application .NET Framework 4.5.2 with parameters in docker can suggest how can i run exe in docker Source: Docker..
I have logged in to the Docker hub using the CLI command: docker login. Entered username and password and I can pull and push images to Docker hub. However, my K8S can’t. I am trying to apply a deployment that should pull those images into its pods but I got the following error when running ..
I’ve got laravel sail which as I know is few containers (mysql, redis, laravel, …). Is there an easy way to just pack up the whole thing to ex. Docker Hub and easly download it on production server, and when i update it on localhost and run docker push, just run docker pull. Then everything ..
I know it’s very easy to use Dockerhub’s autobuild feature to build a single docker image from a single Github repo. But now we have two Github private repos, each of which contains necessary sources to build our application. I wonder is there any way to automatically build a single docker image from those two ..
I am building a Docker image for some python packages, for which I using requirements.txt to install all python packages by pip. I have all Dockerfile, requirements.txt, and related python scripts in the subfolder of my GitHub repo. -> Main repo —> folder –> some python scripts –> docker_folder –> Dockerfile –> requirements.txt —> some ..
I wrote a program with java spring boot and angular cli and wrote the docker file for both and it works with docker compose so that in docker compose the angular links to spring boot. When I want to upload to docker hub I uploaded the two images but the docker compose can’t be uploaded. ..
I’m new to Docker. I have a problem: I have a jar file that processes "in.png" and saves the result as a separate file: out.png. I’d like to create a docker image and put a .jar file in it. It is important that the in.png and out.png files appear / are delivered on the host ..
I try to create a docker image based on Oracle Database XE. The situation is a bit special. Oracle provides a repository that contains the scripts needed to create such an image. The images are not directly available on docker hub. The script creates an image named oracle/database:18.4.0-xe I use that image to copy certain ..
I noticed that the docker image I’m using is older than the one on dockerhub. Running docker pull seems to work, but later when running docker images I still see the old image, even if I first explicitly removed it with docker rmi. Output of docker pull: # docker pull staltz/ssb-room Using default tag: latest ..