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Change the command of a service


I'm trying to run MINIO as a service for my pipelines.
The thing is that the image requires command to be present, for example "server /tmp". 

Is there a way to define the command in definitions:services: in bitbucket-pipelines.yml?

Thank you.

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Unless it has been fixed you can use this image:


how did you end up creating a bucket within the pipeline ? 

Hi, In the bitbucket-pipeline.yaml I have

image: satantime/minio-server:RELEASE.2020-04-28T23-56-56Z

 then in a step I have

 - step:
name: E2E
- minio
- export MINIO_HOST=
- export MINIO_PORT=9000
- export MINIO_ACCESS_KEY=123
- export MINIO_SECRET_KEY=12345678
- npm run e2e # your step here

 and in the code

const storage = new MinioClientExtended({
endPoint: process.env.MINIO_HOST,
port: parseInt(process.env.MINIO_PORT, 10),
useSSL: !!process.env.MINIO_SECURE,
accessKey: process.env.MINIO_ACCESS_KEY,
secretKey: process.env.MINIO_SECRET_KEY,

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