atomic-push man page

atomic-push — push Image to repository

Synopsis

atomic push [-a][--activation_key[=ACTIVATION_KEY]] [--anonymous] [--debug] [-h|--help] [--insecure] [--pulp] [-p][--password[=PASSWORD]] [-r][--repository_id[=REPOSITORY_ID]] [--satellite] [--sign-by] [--t][--type] [-u][--username[=USERNAME]] [-U][--url[=URL]] [--verify_ssl[=VERIFY_SSL]]

Description

atomic push will push the image to the repository.  Defaults to docker repository; can also upload to satellite or pulp repository.

Options

-a ACTIVATION_KEY --activation_key ACTIVATION_KEY

Activation Key

--anonymous

Push without a username or password

--debug

Debug mode

-h --help

Print usage statement

--insecure

Indicate that the regsitry does not require HTTPS or certificate verification.

-p PASSWORD --password PASSWORD

Password for remote registry

--pulp

Push using the pulp protocol, defaults to using docker push

--r REPO_ID --repository_id REPO_ID

Repository ID

--satellite

Upload using the satellite protocol; defaults to using docker push

--sign-by

Override the default signing identity defined in /etc/atomic.conf. Atomic push will always sign if there is a default
 identity or you pass an indentity here.  If there is a default identity, you can pass None to --sign-by and
  signing will be disabled.

-t REGISTRY_TYPE --type REGISTRY_TYPE

Change the registry type, docker|atomic.  atomic registry type is an OpenShift-based registry with an API supporting image signatures. Default is docker.

-u USERNAME --username USERNAME

Username for remote registry

-U URL --url URL

URL for remote registry

--verify_ssl

Flag to verify ssl of registry

History

April 2015, Originally compiled by Daniel Walsh (dwalsh at redhat dot com)

July 2015, Edited by Jenny Ramseyer (jramseye at redhat dot com)

September 2015, Edited by Daniel Walsh (dwalsh at redhat dot com)

September 2016, Updated by Brent Baude (bbaude at redhat dot com)

Referenced By

atomic(1).

The man page atomic-upload(1) is an alias of atomic-push(1).

Atomic Man Pages Dan Walsh September 2015