I have a private repo running on 192.168.1.5
It is using TLS with a privately created SSL certificate.
I can login to the server from a remote machine from the command line using
docker login 192.168.1.5
This is because I copied my certificates to /etc/docker/certs.d/192.168.1.5 and /etc/docker/certs.d/192.168.1.5:443
When I try to push an image to this repo it pushes locally.
For example I have an image which I tagged 192.168.1.5:443/myimage:1
I note from this article How to use your own private local registry with Docker | Docker Blog that
t’s important to note that we’re using a domain containing a “.” here, i.e.
localhost.domain. Docker looks for either a “.” (domain separator) or “:” (port separator) to learn that the first part of the repository name is a location and not a user name. If you just had
:5000(either one would do) then Docker would believe that
localhostis a username, as in
samalba/hipache. It would then try to push to the default Central Registry. Having a dot or colon in the first part tells Docker that this name contains a hostname and that it should push to your specified location instead.
So the behaviour I would expect is that it would understand from the tag, which clearly contains a “:” in the first part that this is the remote server that I am logged into remotely that I wish to push to but still it pushes locally.
What am I doing wrong?