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How do I run bitbucket pipelines for every 5min


We have critical test pipelines that should run every5min . When I open schedule I see only Daily , Weekly, Hourly . 

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Pipelines UI contains wide-used propositions for period. For custom schedule you can post this schedule using bitbucket api (doc ).


Regards, Galyna

@Halyna Berezovska  thank you very much.

Could you please provide me a piece of code example for pattern or more example information on this if possible.

Thank you

@Halyna Berezovska where exactly we can hook up this in our Repository ?

@mounika.nallagundla for example, you can create a custom pipeline that is posting a schedule. But it actually can be done only once, if you're not gonna to remove it.

But anyway, to automate this more, in bitbucket-pipelines.yml you can write something like this:

schedule-pipeline: &schedule-pipeline
name: Schedule
- curl -x POST -d '{"cron_pattern": "...."}' url
- <<: *schedule-pipeline

 The url and request data can be found here


Regards, Galyna

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@Halyna Berezovska Thanks for the above reply. We are experimenting with it .

One more question regarding Pager Duty Integration with Bitbucket. When I see  Pager Duty integration It is hooking up with Repository not with specific pipeline run . If you provide any solution for this(pipeline test level) that will be big help for us .


@Halyna Berezovska I have given Workspace UUID & Repository UUID in the url .

Note: I am not posting actual values here for the privacy but tried with actual values got Resource not found.

- step:
name: Five Minute Schedule
- curl -x POST -d '{"cron_pattern":"0 0/5 * * * ?"}'{workspace UUID}/{Repository UUID}/pipelines_config/schedules/

It’s returning with “Resource not found” error.

Let me know if you need more info.


@mounika.nallagundla we don't try it with repository id and workspace id, but with workspace name and repository name. I also tried with workspace uuid and repository uuid, it also works.

SO there could be two issues in your request:

- something is wrong with authorization scope. perhaps you did not give required right for your app password that you use on authentication

- misstyp in url. my urll looks like:{WORKSPACE_UUID}/{REPO_UUID}/pipelines_config/schedules/


Check also the url  contains proper workspace uuid and repository uuid. You can find them , for example, in OpenID COnnect tab of repository - this tab gives such info.

However, it is easier and more handy to use names.



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