The installed-images.json file format¶
Each user is to have an
installed-images.json file which holds a registry of installed docker images and some NON-USER-SET attributes about those images which are useful to subuser. This is an autogenerated and non-user-editable file. Do not edit it!
Each installed-images.json file is to be a valid json file containing a json object at the top level.
This object maps image ids to json objects which have the following attributes:
source-repo: Id of the subuser repository from which the image was installed.
Ex:"source-repo" : "default"
Or if the repository is annonymous:"source-repo" : 1
source-image: Name of the progam source from which this image was built.
Ex:"source-image" : "firefox"
image-source-hash: SHA-1 hash of the
imagedirectory of the image source.
Ex:"image-source-hash" : "51bcf28bcd4c01200ab7abd97d22a325e940fbd6"
last-update-time: This is the
last-update-timethat was listed in the permissions.json file of the image source when the image was installed, or the last time the image was updated.
Ex:,"last-update-time" : "2014-02-12-12:59"
Note: If the source image’s
permissions.jsonfile listed no
last-update-timethis will be the actual clock time at which the image was installed.