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Spring-Boot docker build with build-image fails on Bitbucket pipelines

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My projekt builds its docker image on bitbucket.org using the spring-boot-maven-plugin with its build-image goal. On pipelines we always get the following maven error:

Docker API call to 'localhost:2375/v1.24/containers/create' failed with status code 403 "Forbidden"

In the docker log I found the following

time="2021-03-25T11:30:59Z" level=info msg="Container create request." ArgsEscaped=false AttachStderr=false AttachStdin=false AttachStdout=false ExposedPorts="map[]" Healthcheck="<nil>" Labels="map[author:spring-boot]" MacAddress= NetworkDisabled=false OnBuild="[]" OpenStdin=false StdinOnce=false StopSignal= StopTimeout="<nil>" Tty=false plugin=pipelines

time="2021-03-25T11:30:59Z" level=info msg="Container create request." AutoRemove=false BlkioDeviceReadBps="[]" BlkioDeviceReadIOps="[]" BlkioDeviceWriteBps="[]" BlkioDeviceWriteIOps="[]" BlkioWeight=0 BlkioWeightDevice="[]" CPUCount=0 CPUPercent=0 CPUPeriod=0 CPUQuota=0 CPURealtimePeriod=0 CPURealtimeRuntime=0 CPUShares=0 CapAdd="[]" CapDrop="[]" Capabilities="[]" Cgroup= CgroupParent= ConsoleSize="[0 0]" ContainerIDFile= CpusetCpus= CpusetMems= DNS="[]" DNSOptions="[]" DNSSearch="[]" DeviceCgroupRules="[]" Devices="[]" ExtraHosts="[]" GroupAdd="[]" IOMaximumBandwidth=0 IOMaximumIOps=0 Init="<nil>" IpcMode= Isolations= KernelMemory=0 Links="[]" LogConfig="{ map[]}" MaskedPaths="[]" Memory=0 MemoryReservation=0 MemorySwap=0 MemorySwappiness="<nil>" Mounts="[]" NanoCPUs=0 NetworkMode=default OomKillDisable="<nil>" OomScoreAdj=0 PidMode= PidsLimit="<nil>" PortBindings="map[]" Privileged=false PublishAllPorts=false ReadOnlyPaths="[]" RestartPolicy="{ 0}" Runtime= SecurityOpt="[]" ShmSize=0 StorageOpt="map[]" Sysctls="map[]" Ulimits="[]" UsernsMode= VolumeDriver= VolumesFrom="[]" plugin=pipelines

time="2021-03-25T11:30:59Z" level=info msg="Pipelines plugin request authorization." allowed=false method=POST plugin=pipelines uri=/v1.24/containers/create
time="2021-03-25T11:30:59.233599182Z" level=error msg="AuthZRequest for POST /v1.24/containers/create returned error: authorization denied by plugin pipelines: -v only supports $BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR and its subdirectories"

I found a few posts with similar problems but no real explanation what is going wrong and if there is anything i can do about it.

EDIT1: i found an atlassian ticket that mentions my error log. https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BCLOUD-17592

I know that on my local machine there are logs of named volumes on the creator container

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Mehmet Marketplace Partner Aug 05, 2021

Hi @Alexander Bätz ,

I have the same issue. Did you find a solution?

Is there a workaround the issue is very impacting 

fastzhong I'm New Here Oct 31, 2022
  • use Jib
  • use DockerFile
  • don't use Bitbucket
Like Alexander Bätz likes this

I started using Jib.

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