kpod pull

Urvashi Mohnani
Aug 10, 2017 · 1 min read

The kpod pull command allows the user to grab pre-built images from local or remote registries and store it in the local image store. If a registry is not specified, “kpod pull” pulls from the list of registries specified in /etc/crio/crio.conf by default. Default registries can be changed by the user for increased flexibility. An image can be pulled using either its tag or digest. If a tag is not given, kpod pull will attempt to pull the default tag “latest”.

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cri-o

CRI-O is a lightweight, optimized container runtime for Kubernetes. It's OCI (Open Container Initiative) compatible and an alternative to Docker or Moby. CRI-O supports OCI container images and can pull from any container registry. Visit http://cri-o.io for more information.

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cri-o

CRI-O is a lightweight, optimized container runtime for Kubernetes. It's OCI (Open Container Initiative) compatible and an alternative to Docker or Moby. CRI-O supports OCI container images and can pull from any container registry. Visit http://cri-o.io for more information.

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