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buildah-manifest-annotate - Man Page

Add and update information about an image or artifact to a manifest list or image index.

Synopsis

buildah manifest annotate [options...] listNameOrIndexName imageManifestDigestOrImageOrArtifactName

Description

Adds or updates information about an image or artifact included in a manifest list or image index.

Return Value

The list image's ID and the digest of the image's manifest.

Options

--annotation annotation=value
Set an annotation on the entry for the specified image or artifact.  If --index is also specified, sets the annotation on the entire image index.
--arch
Override the architecture which the list or index records as a requirement for the image.  This is usually automatically retrieved from the image's configuration information, so it is rarely necessary to use this option.
--features
Specify the features list which the list or index records as requirements for the image.  This option is rarely used.
--index
Treats arguments to the --annotation option as annotation values to be set on the image index itself rather than on an entry in the image index.  Implied for --subject.
--os
Override the OS which the list or index records as a requirement for the image. This is usually automatically retrieved from the image's configuration information, so it is rarely necessary to use this option.
--os-features
Specify the OS features list which the list or index records as requirements for the image.  This option is rarely used.
--os-version
Specify the OS version which the list or index records as a requirement for the image.  This option is rarely used.
--subject imageName
Set the subject field in the image index to mark the image index as being associated with the specified image in some way.  An image index can only be associated with, at most, one subject.
--variant
Specify the variant which the list or index records for the image.  This option is typically used to distinguish between multiple entries which share the same architecture value, but which expect different versions of its instruction set.

Example

buildah manifest annotate --arch arm64 --variant v8 mylist:v1.11 sha256:c829b1810d2dbb456e74a695fd3847530c8319e5a95dca623e9f1b1b89020d8b
506d8f4bb54931ea03a7e70173a0ed6302e3fb92dfadb3955ba5c17812e95c51: sha256:c829b1810d2dbb456e74a695fd3847530c8319e5a95dca623e9f1b1b89020d8b
buildah manifest annotate --index --annotation food=yummy mylist:v1.11
506d8f4bb54931ea03a7e70173a0ed6302e3fb92dfadb3955ba5c17812e95c51: sha256:c829b1810d2dbb456e74a695fd3847530c8319e5a95dca623e9f1b1b89020d8b

See Also

buildah(1), buildah-manifest(1), buildah-manifest-create(1), buildah-manifest-add(1), buildah-manifest-remove(1), buildah-manifest-inspect(1), buildah-manifest-push(1), buildah-rmi(1)

Referenced By

buildah-manifest(1), buildah-manifest-add(1), buildah-manifest-create(1), buildah-manifest-inspect(1), buildah-manifest-push(1), buildah-manifest-remove(1).

September 2019 buildah