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Docker Private Registry for CoreOS
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Docker Registry (private)

This uses the registry as a base and adds basic auth via Nginx. Note that you should provide your own SSL (example via a load balancer)

Usage

To run a private registry, enter this in your unit file.

docker run --rm \
  --name registry \
  -p 8085:80
  -e SERVER_NAME="registry.example.com"\
  -e SETTINGS_FLAVOR=local \
  -v /mnt/registry:/tmp/registry \
  noua/docker-private-registry

Management

To add users, you must add the htpasswd hash to etcd like this:

docker exec -it private-registry bash

and then run

curl -L -v -X PUT http://172.17.42.1:4000/v2/keys/registry/users/$username -d value=$(htpasswd -nb $username $password)

Environment

  • REGISTRY_NAME: Custom name for registry (used when prompted for auth)

Ports

  • 80

Running on S3

To run with Amazon S3 as the backing store, you will need the following environment variables:

  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: Your AWS Access Key ID (make sure it has S3 access)
  • AWS_SECRET_KEY: Your AWS Secret Key
  • S3_BUCKET: Your S3 bucket to store images
  • SETTINGS_FLAVOR: This must be set to prod
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