Did you just create a Docker image using a dockerfile with a build command and did not provide an image name? Well then, when run docker images you will see your image name as <none> for tag and repository.
% docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE <none> <none> 5eeb4aaaec59 16 seconds ago 180MB ubuntu latest 3c2df5585507 10 days ago 69.2MB amazonlinux latest 5514655128c4 2 weeks ago 194MB alpine latest a6215f271958 3 months ago 5.29MB
How do you rename the image you just created?
First, find out the IMAGE ID of the image and then run the docker image tag command followed by image id and image name.
% docker image tag 5eeb4aaaec59 myimg:2.1.0
% docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE myimg 2.1.0 5eeb4aaaec59 About a minute ago 180MB
Note tag will be latest if you do not provide any.
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