I have a circle config which includes the following custom command:
remove-circle-ip: description: "remove current Circle CI box IP from inbound security group rules for DB" steps: - aws-white-list-circleci-ip/remove: tag-key: circleci tag-value: whitelistmeplease port: 5432
which I use in my job as follows:
jobs: test: docker: - image: nikolaik/python-nodejs:python3.8-nodejs12 environment: AWS_DEFAULT_REGION: us-east-2 steps: - setup - install-python-deps - add-circle-ip - run: name: run tests command: | poetry run coverage run --source='.' manage.py test - run: name: remove circle IP command: remove-circle-ip when: always
I’d like the
remove circle IP to run even if the tests which run before it fail. I can’t seem to figure out the syntax for this. Previously, I had just used
- remove-circle-ip to run the command rather than putting a
run block, i.e.:
jobs: test: docker: ... steps: - setup - ... - add-circle-ip - ... - remove-circle-ip
but couldn’t figure out how to specify
when: always if I did it that way.
But now, when switching to run, it fails with “remove-circle-ip: command not found”
So how can I make this command always run even if steps before fail?