Repositories no longer available at quay.io

Type: Suggestion

Description:
Hello,

We used to point to repository quay.io/repository/bitnami/ to deploy some bitnami image. It seems that this repository no longer exists.

The Bitnami container images are not going to be available in Quay from now on, you can use them from other registries such as DockerHub or GCR.

The change should be straightforward in DockerHub, using the same repository (i.e bitnami/postgresql) and tag (i.e 13.5.0) as usual, just changing the registry from quay.io to docker.io:

$ docker pull docker.io/bitnami/postgresql:13.5.0
13.5.0: Pulling from bitnami/postgresql
a2b89359fa38: Pull complete
4e0b157f5a24: Pull complete
6980314e2d58: Pull complete
fb6a7d0d2f50: Pull complete
301db7cafc25: Pull complete
db04f2eae553: Pull complete
a5e67dd1479c: Pull complete
8642d8177c16: Pull complete
d31ebe5c70d9: Pull complete
05aedc96a169: Pull complete
af1dedb9176c: Pull complete
2a951d3d344d: Pull complete
70d3bb5f087a: Pull complete
142113720c81: Pull complete
Digest: sha256:847f239ac13c23fd4c5548a7ae1747f7be58d9846617d5f19746f674f690a6fe
Status: Downloaded newer image for bitnami/postgresql:13.5.0
docker.io/bitnami/postgresql:13.5.0

Since docker.io is the default registry used by Docker, you can even not specify the registry part:

$ docker pull bitnami/postgresql:13.5.0
13.5.0: Pulling from bitnami/postgresql
Digest: sha256:847f239ac13c23fd4c5548a7ae1747f7be58d9846617d5f19746f674f690a6fe
Status: Image is up to date for bitnami/postgresql:13.5.0
docker.io/bitnami/postgresql:13.5.0

One of the reasons for this change is that we can leverage the advantages of being a verified publisher in DockerHub, such as not being affected by DockerHub pull rate limits.

In the case of GCR, the repository should be modified as well by using bitnami-containers instead of just bitnami, i.e bitnami-containers/postgresql. Then the tag is the same (i.e 13.5.0). About the registry, it is needed to replace it from quay.io to gcr.io:

$ docker pull gcr.io/bitnami-containers/postgresql:13.5.0
13.5.0: Pulling from bitnami-containers/postgresql
a2b89359fa38: Pull complete
4e0b157f5a24: Pull complete
6980314e2d58: Pull complete
fb6a7d0d2f50: Pull complete
301db7cafc25: Pull complete
db04f2eae553: Pull complete
a5e67dd1479c: Pull complete
8642d8177c16: Pull complete
d31ebe5c70d9: Pull complete
05aedc96a169: Pull complete
af1dedb9176c: Pull complete
2a951d3d344d: Pull complete
70d3bb5f087a: Pull complete
142113720c81: Pull complete
Digest: sha256:847f239ac13c23fd4c5548a7ae1747f7be58d9846617d5f19746f674f690a6fe
Status: Downloaded newer image for gcr.io/bitnami-containers/postgresql:13.5.0
gcr.io/bitnami-containers/postgresql:13.5.0
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You just broke lots of customers running RedHat Openshift by deciding to drop quay support.

Hello,
Thanks for the response.
As say by gswallow, its breaks deployment of some workload on Redhat Openshift… :frowning:
Quay.io was pretty conveniant with Openshift integration (security, scan report / alerting).

Hi @florian.locard and @gswallow,

As @crhernandez replied, unfortunately the repositories are no longer available on Quay.io. But please note that they are still available in other registries like DockerHub and GCR.

Regards,
Michiel

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