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Docker container run, container removed before it is started

Hi,

 

I'm using a Docker task in a Bamboo (7.0.2) plan and running the "run a docker container" option.

It looks like my container is either taking too long for Bamboo to see it as a succesful start or maybe no proper return code (?) because the container is removed straight after the execution of the plan.

I tried to introduce a "wait for service" but I don't really have something to check against so even though the container is then started correctly, the plan will still fail and remove the container.

When I just use a script task and execute the same run, all is fine. This looks like a shortcoming in the Docker tasks.

I would like to use the out of the box tooling so if anyone has a suggestion, it's very welcome! Otherwise I'll stick to a script task.

 

Regards,

Kamiel.

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Bloompeak Support
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Jun 29, 2020

I suggest that you stick to script task because it is under your control and transparent whereas docker task is a black box. In case something goes wrong, there is no hint for the reason of the failure.

Thanks for your answer, that's what I'm doing now. Still would be nice to have the plugin working properly, else why even bother making plugins? I could just script everything.

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