buildah-manifest-push - Man Page

Push a manifest list or image index to a registry.

Synopsis

buildah manifest push [options...] listNameOrIndexName transport:details

Description

Pushes a manifest list or image index to a registry.

Return Value

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

Options

--add-compression compression
Makes sure that requested compression variant for each platform is added to the manifest list keeping original instance intact in the same manifest list. Supported values are (gzip, zstd and zstd:chunked)

Note: This is different than --compression which replaces the instance with requested with specified compression while --add-compression makes sure than each instance has it variant added to manifest list without modifying the original instance.

--all
Push the images mentioned in the manifest list or image index, in addition to the list or index itself.
--authfile path
Path of the authentication file. Default is ${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/containers/auth.json, which is set using buildah login. If the authorization state is not found there, $HOME/.docker/config.json is checked, which is set using docker login.
--cert-dir path
Use certificates at path (*.crt, *.cert, *.key) to connect to the registry. The default certificates directory is /etc/containers/certs.d.
--compression-format format
Specifies the compression format to use.  Supported values are: gzip, zstd and zstd:chunked.
--compression-level level
Specify the compression level used with the compression.

Specifies the compression level to use.  The value is specific to the compression algorithm used, e.g. for zstd the accepted values are in the range 1-20 (inclusive), while for gzip it is 1-9 (inclusive).

--creds creds
The [username[:password]] to use to authenticate with the registry if required. If one or both values are not supplied, a command line prompt will appear and the value can be entered.  The password is entered without echo.
--digestfile Digestfile
After copying the image, write the digest of the resulting image to the file.
--force-compression
If set, push uses the specified compression algorithm even if the destination contains a differently-compressed variant already. Defaults to true if --compression-format is explicitly specified on the command-line, false otherwise.
--format,  -f
Manifest list type (oci or v2s2) to use when pushing the list (default is oci).
--quiet,  -q
Don't output progress information when pushing lists.
--remove-signatures
Don't copy signatures when pushing images.
--rm
Delete the manifest list or image index from local storage if pushing succeeds.
--sign-by fingerprint
Sign the pushed images using the GPG key that matches the specified fingerprint.
--tls-verify bool-value
Require HTTPS and verification of certificates when talking to container registries (defaults to true).  TLS verification cannot be used when talking to an insecure registry.

Example

buildah manifest push mylist:v1.11 registry.example.org/mylist:v1.11

See Also

buildah(1), buildah-login(1), buildah-manifest(1), buildah-manifest-create(1), buildah-manifest-add(1), buildah-manifest-remove(1), buildah-manifest-annotate(1), buildah-manifest-inspect(1), buildah-rmi(1), docker-login(1)

Referenced By

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

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