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Bitbucket runner access REST API on host

We have a custom runner configured.

Now we want to access the Kubernetes service on the runner's host machine from within a build step.

Is there any way to achieve that?

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I solved it by using k0s and reset iptables, which was limiting the access from within the docker container.

My scenario: Test our software with a real running Kubernetes service on CI.

  1. Setup custom runner on one of our machines.
    I used Manjaro linux.
  2. Install Kubernetes on that machine (not in a docker container)
    I used k0s.
  3. Clear the iptables config as it restricts access to the host where the actual CI pipeline is executed.
  4. Configure the kubectl config to listen on the docker host (most likely something like 172.17.0.1)
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@Michael Mair  hi. Thanks for your question.

Please, check this guide.

Regards, Igor.

@Igor StoyanovThanks, but that is not what I was looking for. Please see my comment on what I meant and how I solved it.

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