A tool that facilitates building OCI container images.
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We’re pleased to announce the release of Buildah version 1.11.0 which is now available from GitHub for any Linux distro. We are shipping this release on Fedora, RHEL 8, RHEL 7, CentOS, openSUSE and Ubuntu in the near future. Also container images will be available at https://quay.io/repository/buildah/stable.
The Buildah project has continued to grow over the past several weeks, welcoming several new contributors to the mix. Notable enhancements:
* Cgroups v2 is now supported. (Fedora 31 default)
--debug option has been changed to
--log-level for all commands.
* Error reporting for the
run command has been improved.
This release comprises changes made for v1.11.0.
--debugoption has been changed to
--log-levelfor all commands. This option now takes
erroras an argument, defaulting to
buildah budcommand can now be called without arguments.
commitcommands now use the
$BUILD_REGISTRY_SOURCESenvironment variable as documented.
--log-levelcommand line option to all commands for better log output and deprecate the
runcommand is used. Prior all errors were set to ‘1’ rather than the error raised by the command (Fixes https://github.com/containers/buildah/issues/1813)
ociwere always prefixed with
docker.io, they are now instead prefixed with
--digestfileoption to the
pushcommands. When used, the manifest id of the image that was pushed is recorded in the specified file. Also added the
Successfully pushed …ending line as a debug statement.
buildah budto be called without arguments.
buildah bud --layerscommands were invoked and the first one used the
--targetoption and the second command did not.
go modinstructions in install.md.
from help to contain indicator for
Vendor Storage v1.13.2.
The VM images used by the Cirrus test system were updated.
If you haven’t yet, install Buildah from one of the Linux repos or GitHub and give it a spin. We’re betting you’ll find it’s an easy and quick way to build containers in your environment without a daemon being involved!
For those of you who contributed to this release, thank you very much for your contributions! If you haven’t joined our community yet, don’t wait any longer! Come join us on GitHub, where Open Source communities live.