I guess in your pod you already specified the image name . You can pull in 
docker via the image name. Why do you need to pull via image id?

On Friday, 2 December 2016 08:36:40 UTC+1, Montassar Dridi wrote:
> If I have the image unique ID and has the same structure docker://
> ad6d5d32576ad3cb1fcaa59b564b8f6f22b079631080ab1a3bbac9199953eb7d
> is there a way to pull it by using that ID?
> On Friday, December 2, 2016 at 2:23:27 AM UTC-5, shashank Jain wrote:
>> You can pull images, not containers. Containers are just processes 
>> running within a sandbox.
>> On Friday, 2 December 2016 08:00:16 UTC+1, Montassar Dridi wrote:
>>> I have this container in a POD running in kubernetes. Is it possible to 
>>> pull it from docker when I have its unique ID that looks something like this
>>> docker://ad6d5d32576ad3cb1fcaa59b564b8f6f22b079631080ab1a3bbac9199953eb7d

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