Manifest not found when building a Docker Image
in some cases, you may see
manifest for <image> not found while building your Dockerfile.
manifest for ubuntu:18.04 not found
This has recently impacted the
ubuntu:18.04 image but could affect others.
If you are building this image with remote docker, please make sure you are on the latest version. A list of versions CircleCI offers can be found here.
If are you building using the machine executor, please try a later version of the machine image as this will dictate your Docker version. A full list of available machine images can be found at the following links.
In some cases, the manifest for that image no longer exists, which can be confirmed by running the following command.
docker manifest inspect $image_name
If the image manifest does not return anything, you can simply specify the SHA of the image you wish to pull or change the version.
ubuntu:18.04 as an example, we can specify one of the following in our
FROM docker pull ubuntu@sha256:d85f9e8f65828689ef2c9054d751a5842e870835f950d0a406e0b64988130661
These would allow you to use the image you are looking to use.
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