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aws-ecs-deploy:1.6.1 - "There are no active task definitions for the service x on the cluster y..."

Hello,

Having issues getting aws-ecs-deploy working with my cluster created by a cloudFormation template as part of docker compose's ECS integration.

I am positive my AWS keys are working (I've tried running with bogus info and it fails differently), however I am also sure that my cluster name and service name are spelled correctly as well. This was confirmed by running the AWS CLI command:

aws ecs describe-services --services x --cluster y

Which returns a nice long JSON dump and I clearly see the ARN of my taskDefinition listed.

Here's my bitbucket-pipelines.yml:

# This is an example Starter pipeline configuration

# Use a skeleton to build, test and deploy using manual and parallel steps

# -----

# You can specify a custom docker image from Docker Hub as your build environment.

image: atlassian/default-image:2

pipelines:

  default:

    - parallel:

      - step:

          name: 'Build and Test'

          script:

            - echo "Your build and test goes here..."

      - step:

          name: 'Lint'

          script:

            - echo "Your linting goes here..."

      - step:

          name: 'Security scan'

          script:

            - echo "Your security scan goes here..."

    # The following deployment steps will be executed for each pipeline run. To configure your steps and conditionally deploy see https://support.atlassian.com/bitbucket-cloud/docs/configure-bitbucket-pipelinesyml/

    - step:

        name: 'Deployment to Staging'

        deployment: staging

        script:

          - pipe: atlassian/aws-ecs-deploy:1.6.1

            variables:

              AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: $AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID

              AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: $AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY

              AWS_DEFAULT_REGION: 'us-east-2'

              CLUSTER_NAME: 'y'

              SERVICE_NAME: 'x'

              FORCE_NEW_DEPLOYMENT: 'true'

Here's the error output after building: (FYI I found a typo - defifnitions)

 

INFO: Using default authentication with AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY.

INFO: Check for active task definition...

INFO: Found credentials in environment variables.

✖ There are no active tasks defifnitions for the service x on the cluster y. Check your service on the AWS Console or provide the TASK_DEFINITION variable.

What gives?

PS: I am unsure what to put for the image, because I'm expecting my task definition to define which image to use from ECR when this is working correctly.

  

2 answers

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Found the solution on this. My AWS credentials were wrong.

Hi Jason, What credentials are needed for this? I have exactly the same issue. Thank you.

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