pipeline failed with: "remote: /bin/sh: ssh: not found"

The bitbucket-pipeline.yml file looks like this:

image: gcc:7.2

pipelines:
default:
- step:
script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.
- g++ --version

The whole log is something like this:

+ umask 000

+ hg clone --noupdate url . && hg update -C “hex-code”

applying clone bundle from url

adding changesets

adding manifests

adding file changes

added 1351 changesets with 3531 changes to 1088 files

finished applying clone bundle

searching for changes

no changes found

remote: /bin/sh: ssh: not found

The whole build process is a black box. Can someone shed some light on what's going on and how to fix?

1 answer

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Hey @Yujie Wu, I would assume you're using mercurial subrepositories? or a similar mechanism that checks out multiple repositories on clone?

If so, that behaviour isn't support on Pipelines; see https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bitbucket-questions/Bitbucket-Pipelines-and-git-submodules/qaq-p/130479 for a bit of a discussion around it.

If you're not, please reach out via https://getsupport.atlassian.com so that we can look at the specifics of your setup.

 

thanks,

Seb

Thanks so much for the insight, Seb. This repo of mine does have a subrepo. I suspected the error had something to do with subrepo, but couldn't be sure. I will take a look at the discussion you pointed out. Your answer already helped a lot!

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