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self runner 'runs-on' issue in cicd build

I am trying to do cicd using docker,ecr and self-runner in linux os 

The bitbucket.yal i have written was working properly but my free time get exhausted

So i felt to go for self-runner, but now its not running and giving me error
"Currently no online runner available that matches the required labels." even though my runner is Online and in running state with properly matched labels of  'self.hosted' &  'linux.shell' .

Here is my starting first few lines of bitbucket.yml

 

Screenshot from 2022-12-22 16-53-43.png

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Hi @mohit Mishra,

Is this a workspace runner or a repository runner?

In case it is a workspace runner, did you create the runner for the workspace where this repo belongs? If the repo url is e.g. https://bitbucket.org/my-workapace-1/my-repo, then the workspace runner needs to be created via the following page

https://bitbucket.org/my-workapace-1/workspace/settings/addon/admin/pipelines/account-runners

In case you are using a repository runner, was it created for the repo where you want to run the builds, or for a different repository?

Kind regards,
Theodora

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