If you have not yet installed the
pulp_container plugin on your Pulp installation, please follow our
User Setup. These documents will assume you have the environment installed and
ready to go.
The REST API examples here use httpie to perform the requests.
httpie commands below assume that the user executing the commands has a
in the home directory. The
.netrc should have the following configuration:
machine localhost login admin password admin
One should observe that
httpie uses the configuration retrieved from
.netrc by default.
Due to this, a custom Authorization header is always overwritten by the Basic Authorization with
the provided login and password. In order to send HTTP requests which contain JWT Authorization
headers, ensure yourself that the plugin JWTAuth plugin
was already installed.
If you configured the
admin user with a different password, adjust the configuration
accordingly. If you prefer to specify the username and password with each request, please see
httpie documentation on how to do that.
jq: This documentation makes use of the jq library to parse the json received from requests, in order to get the unique urls generated when objects are created. To follow this documentation as-is please install the jq library with:
$ sudo dnf install jq
environtoment variables: To make these workflows copy/pastable, we make use of environment variables. The first variable to set is the hostname and port:
$ export BASE_ADDR=http://<hostname>:24817
- Synchronize a Repository
- Host and Consume a Container Repository
- Listing Repositories
- Manage Container Content in a Repository
- Build an OCI image from a Containerfile
- Registry Token Authentication
- Managing Credentials