Issue with the authentication from your source code
check the build error
Jenkins has become a victim of its own success.
I was trying to run AWS codebuild with ECR and include buildspeac.yml file in my project but still getting error like:
[Container] 2019/04/26 06:27:27 Waiting for agent ping [Container] 2019/04/26 06:27:32 Waiting for DOWNLOAD_SOURCE [Container] 2019/04/26 06:27:36 Phase is DOWNLOAD_SOURCE [Container] 2019/04/26 06:27:36 CODEBUILD_SRC_DIR=/codebuild/output/src310808022/src/bitbucket.org/xyz/demo [Container] 2019/04/26 06:27:36 Phase complete: DOWNLOAD_SOURCE State: FAILED [Container] 2019/04/26 06:27:36 Phase context status code: YAML_FILE_ERROR Message: YAML file does not exist
anyone have massive mysql databases? I am looking for other methods to release 1-2TB datasets
I am looking for a simple tool that is maybe already in a Docker image that can take server/credentials vars and remote execute commands on that server with just SSH. I’ve found fabric and sup both seem a little advanced for what I am looking for since I’d ideally like to just provide the vars there and then specify the commands maybe another var for the command? Nice-to-have would be the ability to specify a file to send over and execute. Anyone have any suggestions?
I am a bit confused. The SSH cli can do that out of the box. You just need to pass the credentials to the Docker image.
Similarly scp would let you copy
Which SSH image is this?
Any image that ships with open SSH
There might be an official openSSH image too
I can work through it with you if it would help
I was trying to reduce commands like
- mkdir -p ~/.ssh - chmod 700 ~/.ssh - echo -e "Host *\n\tStrictHostKeyChecking no\n\n" > ~/.ssh/config - echo "$DEV_SSH_PRIVATE_KEY" > ~/.ssh/id_rsa - chmod 600 ~/.ssh/id_rsa - ssh $DEV_SSH_HOST 'git --work-tree=/X/Y --git-dir=/X/Y/.git pull origin'
With some type of entrypoint scripting. No worries.
any one using AWS codepipeline for Ruby framework??
can someone help me on this error
it does not find any available runtime for js
you may want to check the bundle setup
the simplest way should be install a version of nodejs alongside with the build environment
@rohit.verma do you use the open source or enterprise?
@btai we are using the open source one, we use the official 1.x builds as we are under gmv limits. Also we are currently testing knative build to possibly replace drone.
Gmv limits? what’s knative build?
we are using drone for quiet some time. Apart from licensing it works pretty great and the author is quiet responsive on gitter to address your issues