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Container ID 166536 cannot be mapped to a host ID" error on Multistage docker build

I have a multi stage Dockerfile that builds fine on my local machine.

In a bitbucket-pipeline it gives the above error when copying from the build image to the final image.

This post implies it has something to do with out of range uid/gid values, however I have checked, and both are 1000, on the source and target.

Is there anything else I can check?

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Switching to using buildkit got around the problem.

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