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Trying to delete a specific pod name using cmd line brings this error

- pipe: atlassian/kubectl-run:3.2.0
variables:
KUBE_CONFIG: $KUBE_CONFIG
KUBECTL_COMMAND: "get pods -n default --no-headers=true | grep ^core-srv | awk '{print $1}' |head -n2 |tail -n1 |xargs kubectl delete pod"

 

 

the output is this 

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Hi @yosser_mahfoudh

Thank you for your question!

Current pipe's command implementation based on Python subprocess module.

So, this complex command with "shell pipe" is not supported.

 

If you need some feature implementation you could create your own custom pipe according to the guide.

 

Best regards,
Oleksandr Kyrdan

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