The repository client logs show you a detailed list of every file that was downloaded from the repository:
The columns in the log are:
|The HTTP status code for the request
|The name of the file that was requested
|The total bytes transferred, and if hovered over - the time taken for the transfer.
|Date / Time
|The time of the request, and if hovered over - the exact date/time of the request
|The IPv4 or IPv6 address for the request, and if hovered over - the Edge Location, the browser/client, device and OS.
|If a EULA acceptance was required or not.
|The type of authentication provided (if a private repository)
Download Logs for Docker
Due to the nature of Docker and how layers may be shared across images, download counts for Docker are collected differently from other formats. The download count displayed for a Docker package is based on pulls of the "configuration" layer for an image, so pulls for other data-based layers aren't counted. However, this is typically enough to gauge usage for an image.
Updated almost 2 years ago