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Manage Docker Images

Display, create, and update docker images. Change the base docker image and define a Docker Registry.
You can find, create, and update Docker images using the following CLI commands. You can also configure the server to change the base Docker image, and define a Docker registry other than Docker hub.
Display, Create and Update Docker Images
Command
Description
/docker_images
Displays all available Docker images.
/docker_image_create
/docker_image_update
Updates a specified, or all Docker images. Use this when you change a Docker image, and that image is used in a script, avoiding the need to manually update the Docker image.
Change the Base Docker Image
You need to add one of the following server configuration in
Settings
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Add server configuration
.
Key
Value
python.docker.image
(
Python
) The Docker image you want to define, as the base image. For example:
demisto/python3:3.9.7.24076
powershell.docker.image
(
PowerShell
) The Docker image you want to define as the base image. Can be used to change the default PowerShell image in a PowerShell script or integration without a specified docker image. For example:
demisto/powershell:7.1.3.22028
.
Define a Docker Registry
You need to add the following server configuration in
Settings
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Key
Value
python.docker.registry
The registry you want to point to. For example:
myregistry.local:5000
.
If the alternate registry requires authentication you will need to log in into the registry with the Cortex XSOAR OS user. Type the following:
sudo -u demisto docker login
>registry server>
.
For more information about Docker login, see the Docker documentation.

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