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docker plugin push


Push a plugin to a registry

API 1.25+ The client and daemon API must both be at least 1.25 to use this command. Use the docker version command on the client to check your client and daemon API versions.


docker plugin push [OPTIONS] PLUGIN[:TAG]


Name, shorthand Default Description
--disable-content-trust true Skip image signing

Parent command

Command Description
docker plugin Manage plugins
Command Description
docker plugin create Create a plugin from a rootfs and configuration. Plugin data directory must contain config.json and rootfs directory.
docker plugin disable Disable a plugin
docker plugin enable Enable a plugin
docker plugin inspect Display detailed information on one or more plugins
docker plugin install Install a plugin
docker plugin ls List plugins
docker plugin push Push a plugin to a registry
docker plugin rm Remove one or more plugins
docker plugin set Change settings for a plugin
docker plugin upgrade Upgrade an existing plugin

Extended description

After you have created a plugin using docker plugin create and the plugin is ready for distribution, use docker plugin push to share your images to Docker Hub or a self-hosted registry.

Registry credentials are managed by docker login.


The following example shows how to push a sample user/plugin.

$ docker plugin ls

ID                  NAME                  TAG                 DESCRIPTION                ENABLED
69553ca1d456        user/plugin           latest              A sample plugin for Docker false

$ docker plugin push user/plugin

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