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gcloud command not found with ssh-run

Teera Surawat
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June 4, 2023

I create bitbucket pipelines for ssh to my server and run sh script that use `gcloud` command but I got message:

`/home/...../ line 7: gcloud: command not found`

In my server I install google-cloud sdk already, when I ssh to my server (not from bitbucket pipelines) I can use `gcloud` command.


This is some of bitbucket pipelines


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      memory: 3072




      - step:

          name: Deploy to GCP VM


            - echo "Start deploy to GCP VM"

            - pipe: atlassian/ssh-run:0.4.2


                SSH_USER: $SSH_USER

                SERVER: $SSH_HOST

                COMMAND: '/home/...../'


This is some of




work_directory="$(dirname "$(realpath "$0")")"

cd $work_directory

echo "Logging in to GCP GCR....."

docker login -u oauth2accesstoken -p "$(gcloud auth print-access-token)"


How i can fix this?

Sorry for my bad english.

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Erez Maadani
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June 5, 2023

Hi @Teera Surawat 

The PATH variable can be different based on the user and login type (interactive or not). 

Try first printing the PATH variable and see if `gcloud` command is in the path.

To resolve this issue, you can either look into the various ~/*profile and ~/*rc files, to check which one is actually read during your login, or just update the PATH during runtime.

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