Image management provides the capabilities of managing docker-image resources such as create, delete, edit images and of permission-control which allows only specified-groups to use the images.
Creating New Image
Add to add an Image and it will pop up the edit screen of Images.
You need to fill in the fields in the above picture:
Name(required): Only lowercase letters, numbers, hyphen
-and a dot
.can be filled in.
Type: Indicates what type of the image setting is.
cpu: this image is cpu-only, its environment doesn't support GPU utilization.
gpu: this image environment supports GPU utilization.
universal: this setting contains CPU image/GPU image respectively; PrimeHub will choose the proper one according to the selected instance type then.
Container image urlFill in the Image's url.
Specific container image url for GPUIt appears when
universalis selected. By default it uses the same url as container image url. Check off it if a specific url for GPU is desired.
Use Image Pull SecretChecked if a pull-secret is required and select a secret from the list.
GlobalIf enable it, everyone can use this Image. If disable it, you need to link the group with permission to use in
Confirm to complete the addition.
Delete in the Images list, the confirmation dialog will pop up, and the Image will be deleted when you click
Edit to enter the edit page of the Image.
Global is disabled, click
edit groups under the edit Image screen to select the Groups that have permission to use the Image.