Here’s the error:
$ flyctl deploy --remote-only -i bugjug/bugjug:dev ==> Verifying app config --> Verified app config ==> Building image Searching for image 'bugjug/bugjug:dev' remotely... Error failed to fetch an image or build from source: Could not find image "docker.io/bugjug/bugjug:dev"
I also tried pushing the image to registry.fly.io. Pushing succeeds, but again deploy fails:
$ podman push <localtag> registry.fly.io/bugjug-dev:dev <successful output> $ flyctl deploy --remote-only -i registry.fly.io/bugjug-dev:dev ==> Verifying app config --> Verified app config ==> Building image Searching for image 'registry.fly.io/bugjug-dev:dev' remotely... Error failed to fetch an image or build from source: Could not find image "registry.fly.io/bugjug-dev:dev"
I thought maybe there was something wrong with the image itself, and the error was just misleading, but when I switched to letting flyctl build the image remotely it worked fine. I also tried pushing a different random image (specifically,
registry.fly.io/bugjug-dev:dev, and deploying that remote image also worked fine.
So, I don’t know what’s going wrong and the error output isn’t detailed enough to debug it on my end. The failing query seems to be here: flyctl/resource_apps.go at 00b8e213b3dae0bd9a9ee7686a1b2c8e1114422c · superfly/flyctl · GitHub, which suggests to me that the problem is server side rather than anything locally misconfigured.