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    • Steve Azzopardi's avatar
      Mark Prepare environment stage as system failure · 1d74bbc2
      Steve Azzopardi authored
      The `BuildStagePrepare` is used to echo the hostname of the machine that
      is running the job. If this fails we mark it as a BuildFailure which is
      not the case, it should be a system failure. If we fail to prepare the
      environment it's the Runner fault and not the users fault.
      
      Since the failure is marked as system failure we no longer try to run
      the [artifact upload on
      failure](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-runner/-/blob/73ac97aa362bf5dc4d4ea4425d098974a8d309b5/common/build.go#L317)
      since the job didn't run and there is nothing to upload.
      
      Having this marked as a system failure would make it more clear to the
      user that the problem is with the Runner environment since the user
      would not see the "No such directory" error from the `cd` we try to
      execute on `BuildStageUploadOnFailureArtifacts`.
      
      Add a link to the documentation to make it more simple for them to
      understand what might be going on.
      
      reference #1379
      1d74bbc2
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    • Stan Hu's avatar
      Fix path separator for CI_PROJECT_DIR in Windows · e2763552
      Stan Hu authored
      Internally, the runner uses paths with the `/` separator, but
      since CI_PROJECT_DIR is an externally-facing path that can be used in
      scripts, we need to ensure that it has the right separator.
      
      Closes #2841
      e2763552
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