Collections and architectures¶
Images in this repository are organised in collections and built for multiple architectures. A collection is a set of images which share a common ancestor; a base layer. Having images with a common ancestor allows reducing bandwidth and disk usage when pulling several of them. See docs.docker.com: About storage drivers | Images and layers.
Each image is published to both gcr.io and ghcr.io:
COLLECTION are optional because:
Image names and tags in this documentation are provided without the registry prefix. Hence, one of the prefixes listed above needs to be used when actually pulling/using the images. See User Guide for further details.
The table in Tools and images shows the tools available in the default collection for the default architecture. Some tools are available in a subset of collections or for a subset of architectures only. Browse the registries and/or the Continuous Integration workflows for finding images available in collections other than the default.