Artifactory 7.75.3 Cloud

JFrog Release Information


Released: 4 December, 2023

New Features

  • Support for OCI Registry

    You can now use OCI registry version 1.0.2 natively in Artifactory as its own package type, so you can manage and save your OCI containers in Artifactory while providing full flexibility and usability.

    Artifactory supports the relevant calls of the OCI Distribution specification API so that you can transparently use the OCI client to access images through Artifactory.

    For more information, see OCI Registry.OCI Registry

  • Support for Helm OCI Repositories

    You can now use OCI to package Helm charts, making it easier to scale, distribute, and leverage the power of OCI to deliver charts.

    For more information, see Helm OCI Repositories.Helm OCI Repositories

Feature Enhancements

  • Support for Uploading Larger Hugging Face Models

    Removed the 2GB model size limit for uploading Hugging Face models to JFrog.

  • Docker Tag Retention Logic Improvements

    Improved the process of deleting multi-architecture tags so that when a multi-architecture image exceeds its Docker tag retention limit, not only will the primary manifest be deleted, but its associated sub-manifests (or sub-images/architectures) and their related blobs will also be removed. For more information, see Tag Retention Logic.Tag Retention Logic

Resolved Issues

JIRA Issue



Fixed an issue related to Helm whereby, when deleting a build and its multiple related Helm artifacts, the Helm index.yaml file was not updated accordingly.


Fixed an issue whereby when the binary store is configured with sharding or a sharding cluster and a remote connection reset occurs, Artifactory would sometimes incorrectly cache a portion of a binary and subsequently serve it to users.


Fixed an issue related to npm whereby, when using dist-tags to resolve artifacts, Artifactory only returned the first result in the priority resolution order. For more information, see Resolve npm Packages Using Dist-tags.Resolve npm Packages using dist-tags


Fixed an issue whereby the Small Garbage Collection pruning query took a long time due to redundant trash.time node properties that were created on directories. Artifactory now stops creating new trash.time properties for directories and a new API is available (Delete Redundant Records to Trash Can Directories) to delete all redundant trash.time properties in Trash Can directories.Delete Redundant Records to Trash Can Directories


Fixed an issue related to the docker tags/list REST API whereby, when using the endpoint in a remote repository pointing to a Ret Hat registry with Include Patterns enabled, Artifactory did not return the tags list.