I have 3 repos under my account (tylere) on DockerHub. All of the repositories are public.
One of the 4 repos (tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee) is an automated build repo that is currently failing with the error “Error pushing to registry: Authentication is required.”
Another is a repository that I manually created (tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee-manual). When I attempt to push to it using the command line, it cannot be found:
docker push tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee-manual The push refers to a repository [tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee-manual] (len: 0) 2015/06/18 14:23:25 No such id: tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee-manual
When I am logged in to DockerHub, the Repositories view for my username I currently see a list of 1 repository (tylere/ipython-server-ee). In contrast, when I view the Summary view, I see a list of 4 repositories.
When I am logged in, I see the list of 4 repositories in the Repositories view.
When I use the command line search, it only returns a single repository:
$ docker search tylere NAME DESCRIPTION STARS OFFICIAL AUTOMATED tylere/ipython-server-ee 0
- What controls the visibility of the repos? (All are public repos, and are not marked as unlisted.)
- Why is the list of Repositories a subset of the list of repos in Summary (when not logged in)?
- Why does the command line search return a subset of the repositories that I created?
- Is the authentication error that I receive when building tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee related to the fact that I cannot locate the repository with command line search?
- Is the “No such id” error that I get when pushing to