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Using Local Runner, trying to push docker image to my own registry... Edited

I'm unable to get this to work, I receive an Error but no reason why this fails...

Does anyone know how I can push the built image to my own registry?

(I'm still learning this stuff)

- echo "Build Dev ${BITBUCKET_BRANCH}"
- IMAGE_TAG=$(eval echo "${BITBUCKET_BRANCH}" | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' | tr '/' '-')
- docker build -t localhost:5000/contest:$IMAGE_TAG.
- docker push localhost:5000/contest:$IMAGE_TAG

Edit: Also, everything works if I send the Image to my Amazon ECR...
Manually sending the image to my registry at localhost:5000 also works.

Edit2: Replaced localhost for host.docker.internal and still had error.

Using :
curl host.docker.internal:5000/v2/_catalog
on the runner container also works...

Edit3: The only error message I'm getting:

Result{status=FAILED, error=None}

1 answer

update: I also tried completely exposing my registry to the internet, and tried my external IP (which was working to see images and to manually push images to it), but also got error with the Runner.

Also tried putting a sleep after the push but the console closes immediately and doesn't wait with a meaningful message...

Has anyone managed to use this?

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