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Pipelines failing 'Build setup' with no logs

One of the steps in our pipeline is consistently failing but produces no logs.

When I click on 'Build setup' there is a brief loading spinner but then we always get the warning triangle and still no logs are visible.

Screen Shot 2020-02-18 at 10.48.36 AM.png

While writing this question I re-ran the pipelines again and this time the "Frontend Tests" failed with no info in 0s.

The pipeline uses image: python:3.6.8 and the step that fails looks like this:

- step:
name: Frontend Tests
- pip
- echo 'hi'
# Install Requirements
- pip install -r requirements.txt
# Run Tests
- python
- mongo
- postgres

 Please let me know what additional info may be helpful.

Thanks in advance for any guidance/help.

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Answer accepted

Looks like this was caused by a change to the Postgres docker image and how it handles authentication.

After adding `POSTGRES_HOST_AUTH_METHOD: trust` to our bitbucket-pipelines.yml builds are passing again.

image: postgres



Thanks, will try this very soon.

We tried upgrading to a newer image (python:3.8.10) and still got the same result, no logs no hints as to what went wrong.

Same problem here, really annoying. 


Using the following



image: python:3.7.2


Even pipelines that were previously succeeding are now failing. No change were made to repo variables as well.

It's surely on BB's side. This has been like this for about 5 days or more now.

Incident logged on 17th of Feb has not been 100% resolved.

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