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.
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