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Show Dockerfile in Docker Cloud Repo

I just created a repo located here:
I linked it to my gitHub and did an auto build, but my repo in Docker Hub doesn’t show the dockerfile.

Anyone know how I can get that to show?

Thanks in advance.


I have the same problem. I am missing the Dockerfile and builds tabs. Also the Source Repository. I have an old Repo that shows all the information

Here is the new Repo that are not shown the information

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Any update on this?

Facing the same problem :cry:

same here
only my old repo have the Dockerfile tab and the Github link
I can’t figure out how to solve this

I’m also having the same issue. Here are the links to my docker image and github repository.

I’ve linked my github account and setup the automated build. The build does work but the ui for my docker image doesn’t show the dockerfile or the github link.

I noticed this as well. I hope those features were not axed.

The link the “Source Repository” on the right side of the page below “Owner” is missing now too.

Same here.

Docker image with no dockerfile never ensures validity and reliability of using it.

A huge deterioration… :sob:

We are working on this right now. Should be able to solve this next week.

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I have the same issue with this repository:
The DockerFile and Builds tabs are missing, as well as the link to source repository.

I have the same issue. Dockerfile and build tabs are missing, and it doesn’t show the associated github repo.

Is there any updates on this? My project lost the docker tab as well.

Any updates or at least an eta?
It’s been 15 days…

It is fixed. Let me know if you still see this problem.


Seems to be working now, except the behavior is somewhat different: Perhaps I’m not doing something right?

This is my public repo:

When accessing it I now do see the box where link to source is supposed to be but there is “login to see source repository and docker file” text. If I login I will see the link to source. OP’s repo behaves the same way, I have to login to see it.

On the other hand, a number of third party repos display source link without requiring to log in.
Example -

Is this legacy behavior or some config option that I don’ seem to find?


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Hi, our team is still facing the problem of not having visible the Dockerfile of the majority of our Docker images. Logged in or not logged in, we cannot see the Dockerfile tab, as well as the Builds tab. Here is the link for our project:

Besides that problem we noticed that the new Docker Hub UI is not recognizing the following characters: “<”, “>”, “&” that we include in the files.

Hi, please make sure active is clicked

We use this settings to display Dockerfile. You can write something randomly in the rules if don’t want auto build get triggered.

We will be looking into the special characters thing, thanks.

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Thanks. We performed that and now the Dockerfile and the Builds tabs are visible, however the problem persists on the images built recently with the new UI. In our project we are just allowed to view the Dockerfile tab for the following images if we are logged in:

In the images above there is no box to check/click as active in the Build Settings.

Apart from that, we noticed that the new Docker Hub UI is not considering the code indentation regarding the Dockerfile’s structure.

The code indentation is solved! Thank you!

The problem with the Dockerfile not being visible on the images built recently with the new UI still persists. It’s only visible if logged in.

Thanks, problem sovled for me too!

All Dockerfiles visible even though the user is not logged in. Thank you!