Docker push: Godaddy certificate "signed by unknown authority"

Our ssl cert for our private docker registry expired, so I got a new cert from Godaddy (like the last one) and installed the new cert and key. For some reason, though, when the deployment gets to a "Deploy a docker image to a docker registry", I am getting this error:


"Get https://xxxxxxxxxx:5000/v1/_ping: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority"


What could be the problem and workaround in Bamboo? Many online posts reference the insecure-registry option, but that's not available in the Bamboo UI

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Hi Jonathan,

I found a Docker discussion post that may help titled Docker Private Registry: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority Open Source Projects Open Source Registry.  There are a number of suggestions that may be able to help. 

Once you take a look at the linked article let us know if you still need help and we'll go from there.




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