I’d like to re-use a base image in later build steps.
Let’s suppose we build some base image…
kind: pipeline type: docker name: build steps: - name: build-base image: plugins/docker settings: repo: my.repo.com/images/base registry: my.repo.com dockerfile: ./build/base.Dockerfile auto_tag: true
…and then we build some more images based upon the previous one:
- name: build-A image: plugins/docker settings: repo: my.repo.com/images/a registry: my.repo.com dockerfile: ./build/a.Dockerfile auto_tag: true - name: build-B image: plugins/docker settings: repo: my.repo.com/images/b registry: my.repo.com dockerfile: ./build/b.Dockerfile auto_tag: true
b.Dockerfile, start with:
Currently, both build steps,
base image from
my.repo.com, resulting in loads of unnecessary traffic and time spent.
How can I get
build-B to use a local cache of
base image? It was built in the very same pipeline, so subsequent steps should not re-pull each time (image we have 20 of such images that use the same base -> would re-pull
base 20 times).