On the repository tab, you can add a repository and delete the repository. To add your repository you can follow the steps in sub-section 18.8 Push Repositories.
The scanning repository feature is the process of examining and analyzing images in the repository for security issues or other issues. Here are the steps to perform a repository scan:
- On the Repositories tab of the Registry page select the repositories to scan.
Scan Repositories (a)
- In the Action column click Scan.
Scan Repositories (b)
- Wait for the scan to complete.
Scan Repositories (c)
- In the Vulnerabilities column, see if a problem has been fixed.
Scan Repositories (d)
To add labels to the repository, you can follow sub-section 18.5.1 Create Labels. Here are the steps to add a label to the repository:
- On the Repositories tab of the Registry page select the repositories to which to add labels.
Add Labels (a)
- In the Action column click Add Label.
Add Labels (b)
- Check the label to attach to the repository.
Add Labels (c)
- The Label addes successfully notification displays that the label was successfully added to the repository and in the Labels column there is a label icon attached to the repository.
Add Labels (d)
Here are the steps to delete a repository in the Deka Registry on the Cloudeka portal service.
- On the Deka Registry page of the Cloud service portal click the Delete button.
Delete Repositories (a)
- Delete Repositories window displays press the Confirm key to continue with the repository removal process.
Delete Repositories (b)
- Display Repositories notification has been successfully deleted that the repository was deleted successfully.
Delete Repositories (c)