Create a tag TARGET_IMAGE that refers to SOURCE_IMAGE
docker tag SOURCE_IMAGE[:TAG] TARGET_IMAGE[:TAG]
A full image name has the following format and components:
HOST: The optional registry hostname specifies where the image is located. The hostname must comply with standard DNS rules, but may not contain underscores. If the hostname is not specified, the command uses Docker's public registry at
registry-1.docker.ioby default. Note that
docker.iois the canonical reference for Docker's public registry.
PORT_NUMBER: If a hostname is present, it may optionally be followed by a registry port number in the format
PATH: The path consists consists of slash-separated components. Each component may contain lowercase letters, digits and separators. A separator is defined as a period, one or two underscores, or one or more hyphens. A component may not start or end with a separator. While the OCI Distribution Specificationopen_in_new supports more than two slash-separated components, most registries only support two slash-separated components. For Docker's public registry, the path format is as follows:
[NAMESPACE/]REPOSITORY: The first, optional component is typically a user's or an organization's namespace. The second, mandatory component is the repository name. When the namespace is not present, Docker uses
libraryas the default namespace.
After the image name, the optional
TAG is a custom, human-readable manifest
identifier that is typically a specific version or variant of an image. The tag
must be valid ASCII and can contain lowercase and uppercase letters, digits,
underscores, periods, and hyphens. It cannot start with a period or hyphen and
must be no longer than 128 characters. If the tag is not specified, the command uses
latest by default.
You can group your images together using names and tags, and then push them to a registry.
To tag a local image with ID "0e5574283393" as "fedora/httpd" with the tag "version1.0":
$ docker tag 0e5574283393 fedora/httpd:version1.0
To tag a local image "httpd" as "fedora/httpd" with the tag "version1.0":
$ docker tag httpd fedora/httpd:version1.0
Note that since the tag name is not specified, the alias is created for an
existing local version
To tag a local image with the name "httpd" and the tag "test" as "fedora/httpd" with the tag "version1.0.test":
$ docker tag httpd:test fedora/httpd:version1.0.test
To push an image to a private registry and not the public Docker registry you must include the registry hostname and port (if needed).
$ docker tag 0e5574283393 myregistryhost:5000/fedora/httpd:version1.0