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Azure Devops 2019.1 Build Agent running on a pod in my Kubernetes cluster

SteveSims2
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As a "toy" I decided to try and revive an old version of Microsoft's Azure Pipelines Agent on an image from before they made that Azure Services Only. However, I updated the agent on the ubuntu-16.04-tfs-2018-u2 image to a later version of the linux agent. (2.140.2)

https://hub.docker.com/_/microsoft-azure-pipelines-vsts-agent

I had to also update the Team Explorer Everywhere (TEE/TEE-cli) that was embedded in that to the latest version. And upgrade java to version 11. But once that was done, it works well. Its a tad on the large size for an image. (1gb), but it seems ok on its memory and CPU usage. See the kubebox graph at the bottom.

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Does anyone think this could be more than just a toy ? I'm a novice at most Kubernetes stuff compared to the folks here, but I wanted to share this.

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