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Execute a .sh script from Scriptrunner

Hello guys,

 

I am trying to run a .sh script from a post function script using Scriptrunner. What I am currently doing is:

"path/checkurls.sh urls.txt".execute()

 Nothing seems to happen. The sh script I am trying to run is:

#!/bin/bash
while read url
do
some stuff
echo "$url $urlstatus" >> urlstatus.txt
done < $1

 

Do you know what might be going wrong?

2 answers

1 accepted

1 vote
Answer accepted

Here is how I execute OS-level commands:

def sout = new StringBuilder()
def serr = new StringBuilder()
def cmd = "some command linke"
def
proc = cmd.execute()

proc.consumeProcessOutput(sout, serr)
proc.waitForOrKill(60000)
if(serr){
log.error("Error executing command: $cmd \n$serr")
} else {
log.info("Command [$cmd] executed sucessfully with following output:\n$sout")
}

Now, tail your atlassian-jira.log file and see what happens, you should get some clues as to why your command didn't execute.

One thing to try ... in your command rather than rely on the sh-bang directive, try

"bash /path/checkurls.sh".execute()

Thank you, @Peter-Dave Sheehan ! after some adaptations, the code you provided was very good basis to start from!

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Antoine Berry Community Leader Jul 26, 2019

Hi @Mihai_Perdum ,

This is the snippet I use to exec sh files : 

def command = "path/checkurls.sh urls.txt"
int returnCode = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(command);

Antoine

Hey @Antoine Berry ,

Thanks for the quick answer. I just tried it but it doesn't work. I switched the bash script to something even simpler

#!/bin/bash
valid=true
count=1
while [ $valid ]
do
echo $count
if [ $count -eq 5 ];
then
break
fi
((count++))
done

 

so what I tried doing with the snippet you provided was : 

def command = "path/checkurls.sh > output.txt"
Runtime.getRuntime().exec(command);

I had to remove the int variable you defined because it was throwing a cast error. 

Any other recommendations?  

Antoine Berry Community Leader Jul 26, 2019

At this point your best bet would be to check the logs. Maybe there is a system discrepancy that explains why it is not working. Also make sure your sh script is working first.

Antoine

@Antoine Berry , which logs would those be? I made sure that the sh script is running. 

Antoine Berry Community Leader Jul 26, 2019

I would check the atlassian-jira.log.

Thank you but all I am seeing in the logs is:

1 error
2019-07-26 11:47:24,067 http-nio-8080-exec-14 ERROR zerobarat1 707x292x1 10o9jx6 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 /secure/QuickCreateIssue.jspa [c.o.s.jira.workflow.ScriptWorkflowFunction] actionId is 1

Antoine Berry Community Leader Jul 26, 2019

You would probably need to debug a bit further : 

def command = "path/checkurls.sh > output.txt"
def return = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(command);
log.error("command executed !")
def returnCode = return.waitFor()
log.error("with return code : " + returnCode)

In the case the command is executed you might want to add some echo in the sh file.

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