I’m trying to set up minikube for developing when I have bad internet while traveling by train.
Is there an option to set the registry for a context? Because when I use my minikube context with
okteto deploy I’m getting the following message
i Using default @ minikube as context
x Error checking image at registry : error getting image tag digest: could not parse reference:
In my context.json file, the minikube context has no registry set and if I try to add one in context.json, its not used by the context but deleted every time I do
okteto context use minikube
Hey @davemaier !
This is a bug on the Okteto CLI. We filed this issue to track this.
When using Okteto CLI with Minikube (or a Kubernetes without Okteto installed), okteto will use your local docker daemon and the official registries. We are looking at different ways to support this scenario.
For now, I think the easiest workaround is to not refer to the
okteto. dev registry on the manifest you are using, but instead, pre-load the images on Minikube, and then use references to these images on the manifests you use with Okteto.
Hope this helps!
Thanks for filing the issue and for the workaround! I think till the bug is fixed it’s more convenient for me to handle building and deploying to Minikube using a shell script and a docker hub.