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Can I run own shell file in pipeline? Edited

Hi, guys. I need to execute own shell file from project folder to deploy remote server something like this.

image: node:10.4.1
pipelines:
default:
-
step:
caches:
-
node
script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.
-
deploy.sh
deployment: production
  

But the result is: 

Screen Shot 2018-09-29 at 20.07.31.png

Anything would help!

Thank you,

 

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Hi tuguldur,

You can run a shell file in Pipelines.

The quickest fix:

Change your command to

/bin/bash deploy.sh

if it fails due to bash not existing, then instead use

/bin/sh deploy.sh

More detail below:

You can check that it is an executable with:

ls -l

If you're not familiar with Linux file permissions, you just want to see an 'x' character in this output:

-rwxr-xr-x  1 user  group  1531 18 Sep  2017 deploy.sh

If it is marked as an executable, you can change your command to:

./deploy.sh

If it is not marked as an executable, you can run it straight through /bin/bash or /bin/sh (as above).

Thanks,

Phil

Thank you so much, it works now.

my local machine is windows - how can i set the x-flag on windows?

if you run it as

/bin/bash deploy.sh

you do not need to set the exec flag

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