I have a docker-compose.yml that contains a few machines:
My bitbucket pipelines is:
- curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.24.0/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
- chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
- docker-compose build
- PGDATA=./pgdata docker-compose up -d db couchdb redis
- PGDATA=./pgdata docker-compose run hat test_python
PGDATA is overriding the volume path that is usually ../pgdata (forbidden in bitbucket, obviously)
Since hat depends on the others, I only added the docker-compose up to check why it was failing.
When I run these commands locally on my mac, no problem, everything runs smoothly. When I run it in pipelines, the "run hat test_python" starts with a wait_for_dbs.sh:
# Simple script to wait for DBs to have been started
until psql -h "db" -U "postgres" -c '\l' > /dev/null; do
>&2 echo "Waiting for postgres..."
until curl -s "http://couchdb:5984" > /dev/null; do
>&2 echo "Waiting for couchdb..."
The psql part works fine but the curl thing loops forever. If I remove the -s, I get:
My docker-compose was using links and someone suggested to switch to networks. Didn't change anything.
I don't have a clue what could be making the Bitbucket Pipelines differ from what I have nor how to investigate. Any suggestion ?
What do you get when you try to run the below command?
curl -s "http://couchdb:5984" > /dev/null
According to the log messages you shared it seems that the curl command is not able to resolve the couchdb host. It curl is not able to translate that name into an IP it will never be able to see if the service is up or not.
Does it make sense to you?
Are you able to run a test with an IP for that, to check if this is the issue?
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