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Pipelins for deploy in FTP server in not working

I have a windows server with FileZilla server configured. This is working good


I am trying deploy to a shared folder into this server through a pipepline by FTP.


This is my configuration into bitbucket-pipelines.yml

image: bitbucketpipelines/ftp-deploy:0.2.1


- step:


- node

- composer


- pipe: atlassian/ftp-deploy:0.2.1





REMOTE_PATH: /Caribbean

The problem is when I run it, start the authentication with the FTP server but never end, so I must cancel it. Bellow part of the message that I get

Digest: sha256:3f5349bfe83861cb274bd0e37c4468257c6b66624b58aa5587ac2fc471b27e6cStatus: Downloaded newer image for bitbucketpipelines/ftp-deploy:0.2.1

INFO: Starting FTP deployment to

Any idea?


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Hi @Yerickson Eladio Arias Barreto . I would first check if your FTP server is reachable by the IP and 21 port is open. Second, I would enable the debug mode when running the pipe by setting the DEBUG pipe variable to "true" to see what's going on.

Hi Alexander, I already solved the communication issue. Now I am facing a problem to sync the content. Now when I run a git-ftp init or catchup the pipeline connect  with my ftp server and create the .git-ftp.log file. Them when I run the push nothing happen, I mean the pipeline run without any problem but when I check my Server I have only .git-ftp.log file. I like I have a git-ignore file, but I don't have it. Do you have any idea what is happening?

Hard to tell. I'd need pipeline logs and the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file to try to understand what's wrong.

Hi Alexander, I found the problem. Thanks for your interest.


Last question, how can find the docker file for the image bitbucketpipelines/ftp-deploy:0.2.1?

I would like to build this image into my AWS account, to be sure that any change that Atlassian make to this image, affect my pipelines. I could not find it in docker hub



The Dockerfile can be found in the pipe repository:

@Yerickson Eladio Arias Barreto 

 hey there , can you tell us how you solved that problem? i am facing same issue..

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