We can run our tests in a different version of Node. Of course a command can execute code directly. The following example uses anchors and map merging. The common use case is to create dynamic environments for branches and use them as Review Apps. To use this feature, define dependencies in context of the job and pass a list of all previous builds from which the artifacts should be downloaded.
Send all files in binaries and. For implementation details please check GitLab Runner. After expiry, artifacts are actually deleted hourly by default via a cron job , but they are not accessible after expiry. Variables can be also defined on a. Cache all files in binaries that end in. You can set them globally or per-job in the section. These parameters can use any of the defined including predefined, secure variables and.
You will see unresolved reference in job logs. May change or be removed completely in future releases. In the following example, we define two jobs with artifacts, build:osx and build:linux. The collected License Management report will be uploaded to GitLab as an artifact and will be automatically shown in merge requests, pipeline view and provide data for security dashboards. The default value is false, except for jobs. If left unspecified, the default from project settings will be used.
The key directive allows you to define the affinity of caching between jobs, allowing to have a single cache for all jobs, cache per-job, cache per-branch or any other way you deem proper. Manual actions Note: Introduced in GitSwarm 2016. I cannot change the configuration of the registry. Note that artifacts from all previous are passed by default. The script clause defines a series of commands to run within the job. When a job fails and has retry configured, it is going to be processed again up to the amount of times specified by the retry keyword.
The specification of stages allows for having flexible multi stage pipelines. By default, artifacts are stored on GitSwarm forever. If the expiry time is not defined, it defaults to the 30 days by default, forever on GitLab. The codequality report collects as artifacts. In this case we set it up to manual so it will need a via GitLab's web interface in order to run. After expiry, artifacts are actually deleted hourly by default via a cron job , but they are not accessible after expiry. There are three possible values: clone, fetch, and none.
You can only define builds from stages that are executed before the current one. To use this feature, define dependencies in context of the job and pass a list of all previous builds from which the artifacts should be downloaded. It works basically the same way as its global-level equivalent but allows you to define job-specific build variables. If both only and except are defined in a job specification, the ref is filtered by only and except. It will create two jobs, test1 and test2, that will inherit the parameters of. Floats are not legal and cannot be used.
Failed build doesn't contribute to commit status when no Define when to run build. To use this feature, define dependencies in context of the job and pass a list of all previous builds from which the artifacts should be downloaded. You however cannot use variables defined under script. You can execute the same manual action multiple times. But you could use a docker image if you'd like. The configuration of this feature is covered in separate document:. Hidden keys jobs Introduced in GitLab 8.
The cache:key variable can use any of the. Build variables priority is defined in. Read the environment:action section for an example. To pass artifacts between different builds, see. In the following example, the content of.
An example usage of manual actions is deployment to production. Configuration of your builds with. The following example creates a job named timed rollout 10% that is executed 30 minutes after the previous stage has completed: timed rollout 10% : stage : deploy script : echo 'Rolling out 10%. If environment is specified and no environment under that name exists, a new one will be created automatically. By default the caching is enabled per-job and per-branch. This is otherwise a frivolous step that is not need. Except for the user defined variables, there are also the ones set up by the Runner itself.
That way, you can have a unique name for every archive which could be useful when you'd like to download the archive from GitLab. In addition, only and except allow the use of special keywords: Value Description branches When a git reference of a pipeline is a branch. Instead of defining the name of the environment right after the environment keyword, it is also possible to define it as a separate value. An error will be shown if you define builds from the current stage or next ones. This allows any changes made by the job to be persisted for future runs, and is known as the pull-push cache policy. Jobs that start with a dot. In this case, commit will be created but builds will be skipped.