I’m using k6 through Azure pipelines (a yaml file). Is there a way that I can make sure that it uses a specific version of k6 instead of the latest version everytime?
Every example I see of running k6 through Azure is using this as the task:
If I replace the @0 and the end with the version I want, would that work? I’m not sure what the 0 at the end is setting
Hi @claytoncat, welcome to the community forum
The azure pipeline has no way to specify a k6 version it is supposed to run.
@0 is (AFAIK) the version of the pipeline.
I would recommend openning an issue on the pipeline repo here
Hope this helps you!
Thank you for the reply!
I’ll make sure to open an issue on the pipeline repo. I might try a workaround and see if that works for now. I’m running this on an ubuntu VM image so I wonder if I can create a bash step beforehand to install the right version, or if it will still default to the newest once it gets to the k6 task. Something like:
sudo apt-get install k6=0.46.0
AFAIK the step downloads the binary just before executing it - so this will not work.
That makes sense, thank you again for the reply. I opened the issue in the pipeline repo here