It is possible to have nested steps inside a parallel step?
I want to have something like that:
- step: script: - ./integration-tests.sh --batch 1 - parallel: - step: script: - ./integration-tests.sh --batch 2 - step:
- step: script: - ./deploy.sh - step: script: - ./integration-tests.sh --batch 3
Hello @Anton Usov,
Nested steps (a step inside of a step) are not allowed anywhere in the file, not just inside of parallel.
Basically, all steps can have just two levels: top-level sequentially executed steps and steps inside of parallel section, which are executed concurrently.
My guess is that your goal is to execute multiple steps sequentially within a parallel section. If so, unfortunately it is not possible in Pipelines at the moment. The only way to keep parallelism would be to prepare a Docker image that every nested step could run with, and then squash sequential steps into one.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.
@Anton Usov @ and what about 2 parallel sections that are run sequentially
its not nested but actually can postpone some parallel runs..
Something like this:
pipelines: default: - parallel: - step: script: - ./parallel1-before.sh - step:
script: - ./parallel2-before.sh
- parallel: - step: script: - ./parallel1-after.sh - step:
script: - ./parallel2-after.sh
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