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ECS deploy pipeline plugin doesn't seem to work

It doesn't support EFS? This part of the task definition is valid as it works fine via Amazon CLI:

 

{
"family": "some-service",
"volumes": [
{
"name": "efs-drive",
"efsVolumeConfiguration": {
"fileSystemId": "fs-12345",
"rootDirectory": "/image"
}
}

 


✖ ECS task definition parameter validation error:
Parameter validation failed:
Unknown parameter in volumes[0]:
"efsVolumeConfiguration", must be one of: name, host, dockerVolumeConfiguration
 

 

2 answers

Not an answer, but more a question for clarification: About which pipeline plugin are you talking about?

Also not an answer, but more a comment: The error message you posted sounds like a configured schema is incomplete (for your use-case), is your question related to a Pipe? If so, which Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud Pipelines Plugin Pipe are you referring to?

Would you be so kind to share the relevant part(s) of your Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud Pipelines Plugin `bitbucket-pipeines.yml` YAML file as well (mask personal/secret information with boilerplate placeholders, that should be fine just in case you wonder)?

I was trying to use this pipe

- pipe: atlassian/aws-ecs-deploy:1.0.0 

By the schema there is no such "efsVolumeConfiguration", see Amazon EFS volumes  for more information on this EFS volume configuration.

Looks like the schema needs an update in that pipe, 1.0.0 is most likely to be that old it does not yet has the EFS volume configuration.

Give `1.1.4` instead of `1.0.0` a try.

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