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Aravind SV
@arvindsv
@haclong Yes, like #{upstream_pipeline_name}. It's not the pipeline's name, but just the pipeline used for fetch artifact. So, it's allowed.
haclong
@haclong
ah perfect
indeed, it is perfect
thanks for your help
Athreya Patel
@athreyapatel
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I am trying to use the env entered in UI to be used in the pipeline. May I know how its possible
Aravind SV
@arvindsv

@athreyapatel The command is not "bash -c". It should be "bash". Arguments are separated by newline. You don't need the quotes before the "echo". So, the arguments should be:

-c
echo ${HOME}

https://groups.google.com/g/go-cd/c/fjOz211CIhY/m/x6ktWTzwAQAJ

Athreya Patel
@athreyapatel

Thanks that works!
Now I am trying this

[go] Task: /usr/bin/kubectl get nstook: 0.160sexited: 1
The connection to the server localhost:8080 was refused - did you specify the right host or port?

Has anyone faced this issue?

Kleber Rocha
@klinux
I'm creating a keycloak authoriziation plugin based on okta authorization plugin, if someone needs that, will be nice to have this plugin tested by other developers
marques-work
@marques-work
@athreyapatel the error tells you what is wrong. Check your host and port. The error tells you that nothing is listening on port 8080 of localhost (i.e., your agent host).
@athreyapatel you need to use whatever host and port your kubernetes server is running, which is apparently not the same host as your agent (and probably shouldn’t be anyway)
Andrew Grant
@avatarworf
Hi, is there any guidlines for using an AWS RDS Postgres DB, how big? given a certain size of an H2 DB
Andrew Grant
@avatarworf
I'm looking at migrating in 20.4.0 to use an Postgres-RDS
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lolspider
@lolspider
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this config seems not working
it still trigger the pipeline automaticlly
version 20.7.0
Andrew Grant
@avatarworf
For Elastic Agents in AWS, what is the recommended / prefered / simplest way to leverage this much needed feature
Lihua
@lihuabao
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Does someone know why I am getting this error?
marques-work
@marques-work
Probably google smtp server not allowing you to send for security reasons? Try another SMTP server? Or install one locally to the host?
Lihua
@lihuabao
k I will try :) thank you
capeflynn
@capeflynn
What is the expected behavior if two pipelines, with multiple stages, are configured to use the same agent and are kicked off at the same time? Assuming none of the stages are manual and they all complete successfully. Will the agent handle one pipeline at a time or is it possible that the agent will alternate between the two pipelines, running one stage at a time?
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chansdad
@chansdad
I installed gocd server couple of months back , worked fine , but now i am seeing this error FATAL | wrapper | Unable to open configuration file: /usr/share/go-server/wrapper-config/wrapper.conf (Permission denied) iam running as root , on linux ,. Any suggestions on how i can resolve the issue
marques-work
@marques-work
Can you a) verify the owner UID of the server PID? and b) verify the permissions of that file and each parent folder? and c) is this on a normal ext4 mount or is it something like NFS?
@chansdad ☝🏼
If it sits on a mount ensure it’s been mounted as writable
lolspider
@lolspider
i upgrade gocd from 18.11 to 20.7, everything seems fine, except the ui experience. when i click the pipeline history, it often return blank page on the brower. why?
gopalsai
@gopalsai

Hey, go cd

1) we are using 16.1.0 version, which was built back in 2014/2015….is there any official page which says how to automate building gocd server using latest version go cd?

and recently,
2) when we try to add an user using LDAP we are getting the below error,
"Cannot connect to ldap, please check the settings. Reason: [LDAP: error code 50 - You do not have sufficient privileges to perform an unindexed search]; nested exception is javax.naming.NoPermissionException: [LDAP: error code 50 - You do not have sufficient privileges to perform an unindexed search]; remaining name 'ou=Users,o=**.com’ “

when we contacted our network team, regarding this error they are saying that the default query is looking for the below properties, which they dont have in the url we are using,
(sAMAccountName=TimXXX)(userPrincipalName=TimXXX)(mail=TimXXX)(otherMailbox=TimXXX))

so how do we exculde those properties from the deafault search ?

Currently we are explicitly only looking for loginName={0}, so how to exclude sAMAccountName, mail, otherMailbox, userPrincipalName ?

Thank you :)

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chansdad
@chansdad
@marques-work This is a lxd vm . What is surprising is , it worked fine before , As it is for a personal project of mine , i did not monitor it , but when I tried to access it after couple of months , noticed the issue .
marques-work
@marques-work
Hmm, so if it’s a LXC container I’d still check all of the things I enumerated earlier, in case the uid map from host to container has changed or if mounts have changed in some way. And of course sanity check that you are able to manually making changes to the file as the same user.
Luana Gouvea
@luanadotcom
Hi folks, we're facing issues migrating our H2 database to Postgres. We're on GoCD 20.4.0 and want to move over to 20.9.0. We're getting Postgres issues, I've just raised in issue with you before finding this chat, issue: gocd/gocd#8796. Could you help me with that?
haclong
@haclong
hello go cd
i've got a "Unable to create database upgrade script for database. The problem was: Could not acquire change log lock" on my last go-server update
now the database is locked somehow and i'm unable to restart the service
i'm on Ubuntu 20.04, go cd should be a 20.10 version
haclong
@haclong
ok, tried to downgrade my gocd server but to no avail
the database is locked and i don't know how to unlock it
if anyone can help
Aravind SV
@arvindsv
Usually the DB would be locked if there's another GoCD server process running. If you did follow the docs during the upgrade (https://docs.gocd.org/current/installation/upgrading_go.html), you should have a DB backup and should be safe. You should be able to downgrade using that, by bringing all the old data back in the right place.
haclong
@haclong
thing is, it is not a manual upgrade... i have done everything during the upgrade including the migration of the database
it has been working fine
i believe it was to upgrade to 20.08
since 20.08, all later upgrade was done automatically by aptitude
but somehow, the database is corrupted between 20.09 and 20.10
now, i don't know how to fix this