Currently deployment to Azure Linux App Service takes FOREVER*. The current pipe seems to give up after about 6.5 minutes and spits out a URL to carry on watching the deployment.
As there is no way of making it go any quicker, is there a way of triggering the async deployment immediately so we can cut down on build minutes used?
* about 12 minutes.
Hi, that pipe uses Azure CLI "az webapp deployment source config-zip" command. According to its documentation you can pass a --timeout parameter to that command, which is a configurable timeout in seconds for checking the status of deployment. Haven't tried it, but it may help in this case. I don't see it in the pipe's documentation, but if you check the pipe's code, you can pass an EXTRA_ARGS variable to the pipe. You can use EXTRA_ARGS to pass the --timeout parameter to the Azure CLI command. I hope this helps.
Thanks for the reply but I added `--timeout 30` to the EXTRA_ARGS and the pipe tries to pass it into the azlogin command too, which throws an error.
az login --service-principal --username $DEPLOYMENT_USER --password $DEPLOYMENT_PASSWORD --tenant $TENANT_ID --subscription $SUBSCRIPTION_ID --timeout 30
ERROR: az: error: unrecognized arguments: --timeout 30
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