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Pipeline depth specification in YAML file seems to be ignored

Hi,

I am trying to get the BitBucket pipeline to shallow clone my repository. My file looks like this:

 

image:
<snip>

clone:
depth: 1

pipelines:
<snip>

 When I look at the pipeline build log, the git clone command does not include "--depth 1". Have I got the YAML layout above wrong?

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Hi @James Hume,

I believe you are facing some edge case or bug.
I was not able to reproduce this scenario.

When I browse the pipelines logs I see this in the first part of it:

Build setup (section)

+ umask 000
+ GIT_LFS_SKIP_SMUDGE=1 git clone --branch="master" --depth 1 https://x-token-auth:$REPOSITORY_OAUTH_ACCESS_TOKEN@bitbucket.org/$BITBUCKET_REPO_FULL_NAME.git $BUILD_DIR
Cloning into '/opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build'...

As you can see the "--depth 1" is there.

We'll probably need to create a ticket for you to allow us to investigate this case deeper and understand what is happening there.

Some questions to narrow down this one:

  • Are you manually running the git commands from a script task or are you talking about the automatic checkout that happens in the build setup section?
  • Is this feature working as expected for other repositories with different bitbucket-pipelines.yml (in case you have them)?

Hi @Daniel Santos , thanks for your reply.

To answer your questions:

* The git clone is being run automatically by the build setup section.

* We haven't used this feature before, so couldn't say.

 

Any ideas would be much appreciated, thanks.

Hey @James Hume

I've opened a ticket in the Bitbucket Cloud support to allow us investigating this one deeply. We will need to check your repository to understand what is causing this issue. You should receive an email with the support ticket soon.

Once the issue is resolved, please share your findings here. This will allow other users to learn from your experience. 

Thank you!

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