This might be because the manager/master node does not share the local images with other nodes automatically. In order to achieve this, you must use a registry accessible from all the nodes of your cluster. But for this you do not have to use an external common remote repo, you could probably use a private registry image to create a service on the swarm accessible to all the nodes like this :
docker service create --name registry --publish 4000:4000 registry:2
This will ensure that all the nodes will be able to connect to the registry on “localhost:5000” and pull the image they need to run the containers of your service.
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