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Multiple self hosted runners on Windows ?

For macOS the documentation specify that only one runner is supported per machine. But nothing on the Windows page.

But in practice, I set up two runners at the same time, and if one is doing a very long step, and I start another pipeline that would be handled by the second runner, it gets stuck on its first step (with no apparent message, just nothing is displayed in the web UI, and when I check its logs on the machine, it shows it finished its step but didn't start the next one) until the first pipeline is completely finished.

Is it a known issue ? Or are multiple runners also not supported on Windows ?

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Mark C
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Oct 21, 2022

Hi @Romain T_,

Thank you for reaching out to the community.

While you can start multiple Windows runners in a single self-hosted machine, right now, we only support running one runner per machine as mentioned in the same documentation as well:

Currently we only support running one runner per machine.

Let me know if you have further questions.

Mark C

My bad, now I just saw it as well on the Windows page... Sorry about that! Thanks for confirming :)

Mark C
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Oct 23, 2022

No worries at all.

Mark C

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