Bitbucket docker image with my plugin installed

I am trying to create a docker image with Bitbucket which will have my Bitbucket plugin installed. I want the plugin to be available in the install dir (/opt/atlassian/bitbucket) not in the home dir (/var/atlassian/application-data/bitbucket), because the home dir is mounted from an external filesystem.

I am using the official bitbucket-server Dockerfile:

I have added the following line to the Dockerfile file:

COPY my-plugin.jar /opt/atlassian/bitbucket/atlassian-bitbucket/WEB-INF/atlassian-bundled-plugins

The plugin is available in the list of plugins, but it is disabled. I have inspected the logs but there is no information there why it is disabled.

How this can be done?

4 answers

I would be grateful for any help here, thanks.

Hi @Adam Siemion,

I have the exact same issue - did you manage to solve this ?

No. I did not solve it. Good luck, fingers crossed smile

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