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how to migrate pipelines from bitbucket cloud to bitbucket server.

I wonder how I can migrate my pipelines from bitbucket cloud to bitbucket server. I've the yaml file in my master but when I access to pipelines at bitbucket server I get this error message: "No YAML config found on the specified Git reference."


How can I solve it? Thanks in advance.



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Hi Diego,

Pipelines is a feature of Bitbucket Cloud only, I'm afraid that it is not available in Bitbucket Server.

I'm a bit confused as to how you access Pipelines in Bitbucket Server. Are you perhaps accessing a Bitbucket Cloud repo of a workspace different than your own?

Kind regards,



I use snake cicd plugin, and I was testing it. But I wanted to know if there was a way to use the pipeline I've done in cloud in our new  server Bitbucket. But I'm afraid that this is not possible.



Hi Diego,

Thank you for your reply.

Taking a look at Snake CI documentation, I see that the file that needs to be created in the repo should be called snake-ci.yaml.

It also looks that the keywords and sections in this file are a bit different than the ones for Bitbucket Cloud Pipelines:

I believe that you may be able to reuse the script commands from the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file, but it looks that adjustments are needed in the sections and keywords. I'm not sure if you've had a look at these docs already?

Kind regards,

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