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Self Hosted Runner and fallback to Atlassian Runner in case of unavailability


Is it possible to use a self-hosted runner for Bitbucket Pipelines and in case the self hosted runner is down or unavailable, the jobs can fallback to the standard Atlassian Bitbucket runners for execution.

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Patrik S
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Nov 02, 2023

Hello @Vivek Chauhan !

Thank you for reaching out to Community!

Currently, if Bitbucket pipelines are not able to communicate with the self-hosted runner, the pipeline step will fail and there isn't currently a failover mechanism to run that same pipeline in Bitbucket's cloud runners. For that, you would need to manually update the YML file to remove the runs-on option in the step.

We do have a feature request to implement the functionality of failover, which you can access with the following link : 

I strongly recommend adding your Vote to that feature so our product managers can better understand the interest. You can also add yourself as a Watcher to be notified whenever there's any update on that feature.

Thank you, @Vivek Chauhan !

Patrik S

Thanks for your response @Patrik S , I have voted for the same and hope it gets picked up in future for implementation.

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