Hi all, I’m setting up a DO button on a GitHub repository, with the following app spec, but I am getting errors saying the image doesn’t exist or is private. How do folks specify in an app spec that an image is on DockerHub?
spec: name: docker-stellar-core-horizon services: - image: registry_type: DOCKER_HUB registry: hub.docker.com repository: stellar/quickstart tag: latest name: docker-stellar-core-horizon run_command: /start --standalone
I’m trying to run it with: https://cloud.digitalocean.com/apps/new?repo=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fstellar%2Fdocker-stellar-core-horizon%2Ftree%2Fissue398
The button is here: https://github.com/stellar/quickstart/blob/issue398/.do/deploy.template.yaml
I can’t use a build from dockerfile because the image is rather complex and multiple images get built and combined, hence why I’m trying to get it to pull from Docker Hub.
The image is not private, it is publicly accessible: https://hub.docker.com/r/stellar/quickstart/tags.
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Hi @leigh! Use the following config:
Let me know if it works!