Hi jib team, thanks for the plugin for Maven, like it; I am using the buildTar task, and find this error message:
Caused by: java.nio.file.NoSuchFileException: /tmp/2158944339627963675/manifest.json ... at com.google.cloud.tools.jib.builder.steps.LocalBaseImageSteps.cacheDockerImageTar (LocalBaseImageSteps.java:217) ...
When I want to read a tarball in
The image I downloaded is
registry.access.redhat.com/jboss-amq-6/amq63-openshift:1.4-44. I want to
docker save it to a tar, extract it, enter each layer and remove some class file, and package it again as a tarball, and build my app with
buildTar. But I failed with this error. (Yes, I do this because I need to remove some log4j class files).
Do you think it's the proper way? What did I do wrong? Thanks. Plugin version 3.0.0, command:
mvn clean package jib:buildTar -U -f pom.xml -P docker-build -X. Maven is using Java 8.
extraDirectoriessetting is evaluated during the Configuration Stage of the plugin, when the directory is not present yet.
Hello! I'm trying to execute
./gradlew build jibDockerBuild for a Spring Boot app written in Kotlin, targeting Java 11, via the Jib Gradle plugin v3.2.0 (I'm on macOS 12.2).
When I attempt to execute the Gradle task, I encounter the following error:
com.google.cloud.tools.jib.plugins.common.BuildStepsExecutionException: Cannot run program "docker": error=2, No such file or directory
I haven't seen a ton of other people with this same issue, and the response I've seen to those few occurrences is that the Docker CLI isn't installed. However, I do have Docker installed (via Docker Desktop for Mac), and the "docker" command is recognized in the same terminal that I attempt to execute the Gradle task in. So I definitely have Docker installed, it just seems like Jib doesn't recognize my PATH.
Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!