A beginner here. It seems that after initial installation when trying to install new integrations and addons from Marketplace, I keep getting warnings about missing Docker images. If I list all the images with /docker_images I see the ones that the warning claims are missing, but the versions are older than in the warning message. I have tried to run /docker_image_update all=true to update the images, but they still stay as old versions. Should not the Docker in xSOAR automatically fetch images from the Docker Hub? It seems that it is not fetching even though there should be no firewalls blocking either. This is an .sh installation on CentOS 8 and not OVA.
Any help with this would be appreciated!
I think the problem you are having is related to the new limitation Docker introduced https://www.docker.com/increase-rate-limits#:~:text=Anonymous%20and%20Free%20Docker%20Hub,%3A%20toom....
They limited the pull rate to 100 pulls per 6 hours, meaning if you will try to install your pack now, you should not get that warning.
Thank you for your message!
I do not think this is related to the newly introduced pull rate limit.
If I manually try to pull the latest image of one of the outdated images, I get following:
[user@xsoar ~]$ sudo docker pull demisto/fetch-data
Using default tag: latest
Error response from daemon: manifest for demisto/fetch-data:latest not found: manifest unknown: manifest unknown
If I for instance pull a debian image, it is fetched normally.
If I try from the xSOAR Marketplace to update the Base pack, I get following warnings in the UI:
There is no latest tag, every docker has special version tag https://hub.docker.com/r/demisto/fetch-data/tags?page=1&ordering=last_updated
To pull docker image manually you should run docker pull demisto/fetch-data:18.104.22.16842
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