After having completed the task of deploying Jenkins in Kubernetes, the task was marked as failed. Here the details of the fail: “Container image is not ‘jenkins’”. The image I used to complete the task: “jenkins/jenkins:lts”. I think the image should be considered as valid. What do you think?
@danielsda, you should strictly follow the instructions given in the question, so if any specific image is mentioned to use then you need to make sure you are using the same.
I am very strict when following instructions. In fact the first thing I did it was to check the official available images in https://hub.docker.com/r/jenkins/jenkins/ According to the official web site either “jenkins/jenkins:lts” or “jenkins/jenkins” are valid. The task only asks to use a jenkins image generally speaking. It does not specify to use a specific jenkins image.
@danielsda, this is marked as success for you.
Thank you very much for your reactivity and your understanding.
This is also valid, when no tag is specify it takes latest available
containers: - name: jenkins-container image: jenkins
@rahul456 This task was marked as failed for me a few minutes with no reason given for the failure. Could you please look into this and let me know what was the reason for failure?
I requested a review
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@satagrawal, sorry for the issue, this is marked pending for you, please give it an another try.