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  1. Policy Framework
  2. POLICY-674

Docker images names inconsistent between nexus3 and dockerhub (policy-db vs policy-policy-db)

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      Docker images names should not vary between repositories
      I was getting a customer's onap system up and ran into the usual issue where they were blocking port 10001 for nexus3.onap.org.
      A quick workaround to get the docker images was to switch the docker repo from nexus3.onap.org to hub.docker.com (which does pass through their firewall).
      the long term solution is to create a mirror inside their network.

      It looks like when the dockerhub repos were created they ran into the issue specific to policy where docker images were in a subdirectory in nexus3.

      In the future when we put a centralized template that points any docker repo - the following name discrepancies are causing a major problem - we need to add special handling for the following for example

      for
      policyDb: nexus3.onap.org:10001/onap/policy/policy-db
      https://nexus3.onap.org/#browse/browse:docker.snapshot:v2%2Fonap%2Fpolicy%2Fpolicy-db%2Fmanifests
      https://hub.docker.com/r/onap/policy-policy-db/

      in
      https://git.onap.org/oom/tree/kubernetes/policy/values.yaml

      we would need to maintain two separate images names for policy dockers

      policy-db for nexus3
      policy-policy-db for dockerhub

      we need to standardize on a single docker image name.

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                michaelobrien Michael O'Brien
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                michaelobrien Michael O'Brien
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