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Problem with using image and pipe on Self hosted runner

Peter Jeong March 22, 2023

I want to run custom pipes or image with self hosted runner for deploy to on-prem.

Is this not supported?

If not, how should I use it?

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Patrik S
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March 28, 2023

Hello @dahoon jeong ,

Thank you for reaching out to Atlassian Community!

As pipes rely on docker containers to work, it's only possible to run pipes when using Linux Docker self-hosted runners. Other types of runners that run directly in a shell session, such as macOS Runners , Windows Runners  and Linux Shell runners, do not currently support using pipes.

Having said that, if you are already using Linux Docker self-hosted runners, you should be able to run pipes as usual, using the same syntax you would use if your build was running in the cloud. Please find below an example YML definition :

      - step:
          name: Using a pipe with Linux Docker runner
           - 'self.hosted'
           - 'linux'
- echo "This is an example step"
            - pipe: atlassian/email-notify:0.8.0
                USERNAME: ''
                PASSWORD: $PASSWORD
                FROM: ''
                TO: ',,'
                HOST: ''

Hope that helps! Let me know in case you have any questions.

Thank you, @dahoon jeong !

Patrik S

Peter Jeong March 28, 2023

Hello @Patrik S

really thanks your kindness answer.

But, there is an extra planning to able pipes and image on linux shell runner?

Thank you, @Patrik S 

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