With the Docker Container Registry integrated into GitLab, every GitLab project can have its own space to store its Docker images.
You can view the Container Registry for a project or group.
- Go to your project or group.
- Go to Packages and registries > Container Registry.
To download and run a container image hosted in the GitLab Container Registry:
- Copy the link to your container image:
docker runwith the image link:
docker run [options] registry.example.com/group/project/image [arguments]
Check if the GitLab Container Registry is enabled
- Check if the Container Registry is enabled by confirmin the availability ot two areas in the GitLab: ‘Admin area’ > Settings > CI/CD OR’Admin Area’ -> Settings > Repository
As a user:
- The project web page in GitLab instance will show a warning in the top of the project page if the
Container Registryis not enabled:
“Container registry is not enabled on this GitLab instance. Ask an administrator to enable it in order for Auto DevOps to work.”
- If the project is public, so is the Container Registry. It should be under Packages & Registries > Container Registry. If its not in your sidebar then it is not enabled. ORProject Settings > Container Registry if it is not shown the it is not enabled in your GitLab instance.
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