docker registry jobs

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List registry jobs (DTR Only)

This command is experimental.

This command is experimental on the Docker client. It should not be used in production environments. To enable experimental features in the Docker CLI, edit the config.json and set experimental to enabled.

Experimental features provide early access to future product functionality. These features are intended for testing and feedback only as they may change between releases without warning or can be removed entirely from a future release. Experimental features must not be used in production environments. Docker does not offer support for experimental features. For more information, see Experimental features.

To enable experimental features in the Docker CLI, edit the config.json file and set experimental to enabled.

To enable experimental features from the Docker Desktop menu, click Settings (Preferences on macOS) > Daemon and then select the Experimental features check box.


docker registry jobs HOST [OPTIONS]


Name, shorthand Default Description
--action Specify the type of Job action [onlinegc | onlinegc_metadata | onlinegc_joblogs | onlinegc_events | license_update | scan_check | scan_check_single | scan_check_all | update_vuln_db | nautilus_update_db | push_mirror_tag | poll_mirror | tag_prune]
--format Pretty-print output using a Go template
--limit 50 Specify the number of job results
--no-trunc Don’t truncate output

Parent command

Command Description
docker registry Manage Docker registries
Command Description
docker registry events List registry events (DTR Only)
docker registry history Inspect registry image history (DTR Only)
docker registry info Display information about a registry (DTR Only)
docker registry inspect Inspect registry image
docker registry joblogs List registry job logs (DTR Only)
docker registry jobs List registry jobs (DTR Only)
docker registry ls List registry images
docker registry rmi Remove a registry image (DTR Only)

Extended description

List registry jobs (Only supported by Docker Trusted Registry and must be authenticated as an admin user)