I have a private registry, that it's accessed through the https protocol. But Kubernetes + Docker, always tries to use the http protocol <a href="http://myserver.com:8080" target="_blank">http://myserver.com:8080</a> instead of <a href="https://myserver.com:8080" target="_blank">https://myserver.com:8080</a>.
How to force https protocol?
Snippet of my yaml file that declares a Pod:
containers: - name: apl image: myserver.com:8080/myimage
Details of my environment:
Error message in Kubernetes logs:
Normal Pulling 30s (x4 over 2m2s) kubelet, minikube pulling image "docker.mydomain.com:30500/vision-ssh" Warning Failed 30s (x4 over 2m2s) kubelet, minikube Failed to pull image "docker.mydomain.com:30500/vision-ssh": rpc error: code = Unknown desc = Error response from daemon: Get http://docker.mydomain.com:30500/v2/: net/http: HTTP/1.x transport connection broken: malformed HTTP response "\x15\x03\x01\x00\x02\x02" Warning Failed 30s (x4 over 2m2s) kubelet, minikube Error: ErrImagePull Warning Failed 19s (x6 over 2m2s) kubelet, minikube Error: ImagePullBackOff Normal BackOff 4s (x7 over 2m2s) kubelet, minikube Back-off pulling image "docker.fccma.com:30500/vision-ssh"
If I try to specify the protocol in the name of the image, it complains:
couldn't parse image reference "https://docker.mydomain.com:30500/vision-ssh": invalid reference format
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