docker buildx imagetools inspect

Description

Show details of image in the registry

Usage

$ docker buildx imagetools inspect [OPTIONS] NAME

Extended description

Show details of image in the registry.

Example:

$ docker buildx imagetools inspect alpine

Name:      docker.io/library/alpine:latest
MediaType: application/vnd.docker.distribution.manifest.list.v2+json
Digest:    sha256:28ef97b8686a0b5399129e9b763d5b7e5ff03576aa5580d6f4182a49c5fe1913

Manifests:
  Name:      docker.io/library/alpine:latest@sha256:5c40b3c27b9f13c873fefb2139765c56ce97fd50230f1f2d5c91e55dec171907
  MediaType: application/vnd.docker.distribution.manifest.v2+json
  Platform:  linux/amd64

  Name:      docker.io/library/alpine:latest@sha256:c4ba6347b0e4258ce6a6de2401619316f982b7bcc529f73d2a410d0097730204
  MediaType: application/vnd.docker.distribution.manifest.v2+json
  Platform:  linux/arm/v6
 ...

For example uses of this command, refer to the examples section below.

Options

Name, shorthand Default Description
--raw Show original JSON manifest
--builder Override the configured builder instance

Examples

Override the configured builder instance (--builder)

Same as buildx --builder.

Show original, unformatted JSON manifest (--raw)

Use the --raw option to print the original JSON bytes instead of the formatted output.

Parent command

Command Description
docker buildx imagetools Commands to work on images in registry
Command Description
docker buildx imagetools create Create a new image based on source images
docker buildx imagetools inspect Show details of image in the registry