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Docker runner with custom run commands



Is it possible to use the new Docker runner feature with specific run arguments for docker? (e.g. adding the --privileged flag).


When building a plan and configuring a build job, the docker container task has the ability to add arguments to the run command. Wondering if we can do something similar.


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Hi Mark,

Thank you for reaching out to the Atlassian Community regarding Docker Runner!

Unfortunately, it's not possible to use Docker runtime arguments with Docker Runner at this time. 

I do understand that we can do this with the Docker Tasks in Bamboo, and I have created a Feature Request, linked below, which I strongly encourage you to vote, watch, and comment on:

[BAM-19793] Allow use of arguments for Docker Runner

Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions!


Elias | Bamboo Support

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