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view outputs from atlassian/bitbucket-build-statistics:0.1.0


I'm new to pipelines, which is probably part of my issue.


Following the blog post introducing this pipe:



I've created and deployed a pipeline using the template yaml file.

  - pipe: atlassian/bitbucket-build-statistics:0.1.0

where I've used my username and app password.

The pipeline runs and completes successfully, but I do not see any report on build statistics. Where is the output shown?

I've also tried adding the filename option.

    - pipe: atlassian/bitbucket-build-statistics:0.2.0
        FILENAME: "build_usage.txt"

Where would I find the output file?


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@cyberhedge it should be found inside current working dir in the pipeline.

How you're looking for it?

Try $(cat build_usage.txt) .

I executed this and succeeded.


Also, it depends on what should be done after. Now the pipe just outputs this to given file and to stdout, both.

Regards, Galyna

@Halyna Berezovska

I run the pipeline from the bitbucket web page by clicking the "run pipeline" button at the top of screen.

this does not give me access to a terminal or to command prompt (or if it does, I don't know how to access them).

Without terminal access, I do not see the output to stdout, nor do I know how to access the file, since I don't know what filesystem the file is on or how to access that file system.

What filesystem does the pipeline run in? How do I access the file system?

The full pipeline is (the cut/paste destroyed the yaml indents)

# 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

image: atlassian/default-image:2

name: 'Get pipeline usage'
echo "Running usage monitor.."
pipe: atlassian/bitbucket-build-statistics:0.2.0


Screenshot 2020-12-03 at 13.44.36.png

Ok, I figured it out. If I look at the output of the build log, I can see that the pipe: atlassian/bitbucket-build-statistics ran for 21s. Clicking the little arrow on the far right opens the log output. The needed data is there, at the end of the log output.

@cyberhedge exactly. Contact us if you want to raise more questions.

Cheers, Galyna

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