Hi there. I'm using a custom Docker image stored in the Docker Hub ("jimmyadaro/gitlab-ci-cd"), it's a simple Alpine image which updates itself and installs OpenSSH and LFTP. Quite simple, right? It works for me in GitLab CI/CD (I even made a simple tutorial like a year ago).
Now, I'm trying to use bash or OpenSSH and I get a pipeline fatal error. These are the commands inside my bitbucket-pipelines.yml file and the errors shown in the Bitbucket's "Pipelines" UI. What could be wrong?
My final solution was to use `bitbucket-pipelines.yml` file to call a new one `bitbucket-pipelines.sh` where I did the whole deployment process instead of using commands/scripts in the "deployment" step, like so:
# Deploy to UAT / Test based on commit push to "develop" branch
name: Build (npm)
# Use a light Node image
# Cache Node
# Execute npm ci and build/bundle scripts
# Use npm ci instead of npm install
- npm ci
# Build my thing
- npm run-script build
# "$ pwd" for this step: "/opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/", inside has all the repo files
name: Deploy to UAT
# In case you want to trigger this by using Bitbucket's UI, uncomment the next line
# Make the deploy file executable and run it
- chmod +x bitbucket-pipelines-uat.sh
# Remove SSH key (even if this container should be self-destroyed)
- rm -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa
Hope it helps!
I have the same problem. Here is my pipeline sript. It will not download the image and use the image as the based.
# call the build command within my docker container
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