dockerauth

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Published: Jun 15, 2022 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 15 Imported by: 3

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Overview

Package dockerauth handles storing auth configuration information for Docker registries.

Usage

This package pulls authentication information from the passed configuration. A user should set the "EngineAuthType" and "EngineAuthData" configuration keys to values indicated below.

These keys may be set by either setting the environment variables "ECS_ENGINE_AUTH_TYPE" and "ECS_ENGINE_AUTH_DATA" or by setting the keys "EngineAuthData" and "EngineAuthType" in the JSON configuration file located at the configured "ECS_AGENT_CONFIG_FILE_PATH" (see http://godoc.org/github.com/aws/amazon-ecs-agent/agent/config)

Auth Types

The two currently supported auth types are "docker" and "dockercfg".

Docker:

The auth type "docker" is intended to work most naturally with a JSON configuration file. The "AuthData" is a structured JSON object which specifies values for the docker "AuthConfig" structure. The "AuthData" should be an object similar to the following:

{
	"my.registry.example.com": {
		"username": "myUsername",
		"password": "myPassword"
	},
	"https://index.docker.io/v1/user": {
		"username": "my-dockerhub-username",
		"password": "my-dockerhub-password",
		"email": "my-optinallyincluded-email"
	}
}

Dockercfg:

The auth type "dockercfg" is intended to allow easy use of an existing ".dockercfg" file generated by running "docker login". This auth type expects the "AuthData" to be a string containing the contents of that file. The contents of your ".dockercfg" will generally be a string of the following form:

'{"http://myregistry.com/v1/":{"auth":"dXNlcjpzd29yZGZpc2g=","email":"email"}}'

Portions copyright 2012-2015 Docker, Inc. Please see LICENSE for applicable license terms and NOTICE for applicable notices.

Package dockerauth handles storing auth configuration information for Docker registries

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Constants

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const IndexName = "docker.io"

This is taken from Docker's codebase in whole or in part, Copyright Docker Inc. https://github.com/docker/docker/blob/v1.8.3/registry/config.go#L290

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const (
	// MinimumJitterDuration is the minimum duration to mark the credentials
	// as expired before it's actually expired
	MinimumJitterDuration = 30 * time.Minute
)

Variables

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Functions

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Types

type DockerAuthProvider

type DockerAuthProvider interface {
	GetAuthconfig(image string, registryAuthData *apicontainer.RegistryAuthenticationData) (types.AuthConfig, error)
}

DockerAuthProvider is something that can give the auth information for a given docker image

func NewDockerAuthProvider

func NewDockerAuthProvider(authType string, authData json.RawMessage) DockerAuthProvider

func NewECRAuthProvider

func NewECRAuthProvider(ecrFactory ecr.ECRFactory, cache async.Cache) DockerAuthProvider

NewECRAuthProvider returns a DockerAuthProvider that can handle retrieve credentials for pulling from Amazon EC2 Container Registry

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