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Pipeline: Container 'docker' exceeded memory limit (Vuejs)

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Hello everyone:

I've been fighting with this problem for three days already. The thing is, I have a pipeline to deploy my container in AWS ECR and it fail saying: Container 'docker' exceeded memory limit, when I push my master branch.

It is a frontend in Vuejs with a Nginx server, as it is recommended in Vue documentation, it is not big and I assigned - I think - enough resources.

I've been trying different memory configuration, in size: 1x and 2x and, memory: 1024, 2048... 7128. And none of them works. It build in my end. 

Any idea other than memory? I think I tried all combinations.

The following is my `bitbacket-pipeline.yml`:

image: node:12

pipelines:
default:
- step:
size: 1x
caches:
-
node

script:
-
npm install
-
npm run test:unit

branches:
master:
-
step:
size: 2x
caches:
-
node
script:
-
npm install
-
npm run test:unit
# Build the image.
-
docker build -t beautiful-frontend .
# use the pipe to push the image to AWS ECR
-
pipe: atlassian/aws-ecr-push-image:1.0.2
variables:
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: $AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: $AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
AWS_DEFAULT_REGION: $AWS_DEFAULT_REGION
IMAGE_NAME: beautiful-frontend
services:
-
docker

definitions:
service:
docker:
# Memory docker-in-docker
memory: 7128

 

3 answers

Have the same issue, already using 

      options:    

           size2x

and

      definitions:    

            services:        

                   docker:            

                        memory: 6144 

 

but still the same problem

@Adan J. Suarez  did you find any solution for the memory issue?

In our case, the build fails at npm run build step.

Yes, I did. In our Dockerfile we changed as follow:

(original):

FROM node:12

(new version):

FROM node:12-alpine

The alpine version is smaller and that solved the problem. Hope that helps!

This solved my problem that I had in Azure Static Web Apps (azure-static-web-apps-deploy). Thanks!

0 votes

Hi Adan,

at which point exactly is the error occuring? Is it when calling the pipe?

Cheers,

Antoine

Not, it is when building the container image.

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