Updating registry with
It needs the following permissions to do this: When using Azure Container Registry you can authenticate using either an admin user or a service principal.In either case, authentication is done via standard Docker authentication.However, if the , then a local image is used (preferentially or exclusively, respectively).If you want to rely on pre-pulled images as a substitute for registry authentication, you must ensure all nodes in the cluster have the same pre-pulled images.
It will not work reliably on GCE, and any other cloud provider that does automatic node replacement. This was tested with a private docker repository as of 26 June with Kubernetes version v0.19.3.
It will not work reliably on GCE, and any other cloud provider that does automatic node replacement.
By default, the kubelet will try to pull each image from the specified registry.
Kubernetes has native support for the Google Container Registry (GCR), when running on Google Compute Engine (GCE).
If you are running your cluster on GCE or Google Kubernetes Engine, simply use the full image name (e.g. All pods in a cluster will have read access to images in this registry.