Docker base image naming for non-x86_64
jdisnard at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 00:39:26 UTC 2015
On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 12:27 PM, Pradipta Kumar Banerjee <bpradip at in.ibm.com
> On 06/02/2015 08:32 PM, Adam Miller wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > There was recently a thread on the Fedora ARM mailing list
> > about getting a Fedora ARM image into the official Docker Hub. That
> > discussion lead down the trail of how to best handle the naming for
> > all of this.
> > The current questions are either using Fedora's namespace and just
> > making a new image (using Fedora ARM as an example), this would be the
> > "FROM" line for a Dockerfile
> > FROM fedora/armhfp
> > Which would then contain all the standard tags for latest, rawhide, f22,
> > Or alternatively, have each architecture maintain their own namespace
> > within the Hub which would look a little more like:
> > FROM fedora-arm
> > I'm personally a fan of the first option because it keeps things under
> > the Fedora umbrella and also allows for flexibility of aarch64, POWER,
> > etc as Docker supports more architectures. However the one thing I see
> > there that could be problematic is the possibility for users to be
> > confused if they don't search on the Docker Hub webUI and see the
> > associated documentation highlighting that the base image is for a
> > different architecture but instead just search from the docker command
> > line and end up with an image that won't run.
> > Looking forward to feedback on the topic.
> Is there any agreement on the naming scheme ?
The first form seems to have the most support.
> > Thanks,
> > -AdamM
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