Pipelines won't automatically show any logs for containers started using docker compose. It will only show logs printed to standard output by your main build script (including any logs printed directly to standard output by the docker compose command) and by service containers (containers configured in your yaml build config using the "services" keyword).
If you can arrange for the container logs to be output to files then you can capture those files as artifacts that you can download after each step is complete.
I was attempting to do this today - adding a bind mount to compose so that the container can write logs out to the host. Bitbucket pipelines doesnt allow this behaviour, as per this issue https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bitbucket-questions/Error-in-pipeline-authorization-denied-by-plugin-pipelines/qaq-p/884514#M32894
Is there any alternative?
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