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how to override docker command in docker runner(bamboo 7.2)

I want to run a bamboo job in a docker container.  but I found the docker runner always put 'tail -f /dev/null' on the end of the docker run command when starting the container.

which results in an error as that is a windows docker container.


so the question is when starting a container for a bamboo job,  How can I precisely specify the docker startup command?  I think different jobs will need different docker image, as a result, different docker run command

any thought, any workaround is appreciated.


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