Attempting to deploy a newly tagged fat/multiarch manifest fails against a Docker repository that has redeploy disabled.
1. Using the "docker manifest" command build and push a multiarch image to a Docker hosted repo that has redeploy disabled (for details on how to build and push a multiarch image see the "The hard way with docker manifest"
section of https://www.docker.com/blog/multi-arch-build-and-images-the-simple-way/)
2. Rebuild the manifest with a new tag and push to the Docker repo e.g.
Newly tagged manifest is successfully pushed similar to how retagging and repushing an existing image is permitted when redeploy is disabled.
Push fails with a "400 - Repository does not allow updating assets: docker-hosted-repo" and "blob upload invalid: blob upload invalid" response on the Docker client side.
Allow redeploy on the Docker hosted repo.