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Local repositories serve artifacts from your local storage. These are found in paths like this one: http://<host>:<port>/artifactory/<local-repository-name>/<artifact-path> Remote repositories act as proxies to remote locations which may e.g. be other Artifactory servers. They also provide caching. These are found in paths like this ...


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Try to chain withRegistry like this: docker.withRegistry('https://registry:10500', 'credentials-id') { docker.withRegistry('https://registry:10501', 'credentials-id') { docker.build(imageToBuild.getName(), '-f ' + imageToBuild.tag + '.Dockerfile .').push(); } }


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Since the original question is also tagged with Nexus this is how to do bulk upload with Nexus 3: find <directory name>/ \! -type d -print0 | xargs -P10 -0 -I@ curl -v --user <user>:<password> --upload-file ./@ http://localhost:8081/repository/<repository name>/@


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In Nexus, go to the Admin Backend. Create a blob store if you haven't already. Guidance can be found here: https://help.sonatype.com/repomanager3/configuration/repository-management#RepositoryManagement-BlobStores Once you have a blob store, continue like so: Choose "Repositories", hit "Create Repository". Choose "docker (proxy)" as the recipe. Give it ...


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