Docker worker payload (source)
.payload field of the queue.
|Docker image.||One of|
Image to use for the task. Images can be specified as an image tag as used by a docker registry, or as an object declaring type and name/namespace
Caches are mounted within the docker container at the mount point specified. Example:
Set of capabilities that must be enabled or made available to the task container Example:
List of base64 encoded asymmetric encrypted environment variables. See https://docs.taskcluster.net/manual/execution/workers/docker-worker#encrypted-environment-variables
Maximum time the task container can run in seconds
By default docker-worker will fail a task with a non-zero exit status without retrying. This payload property allows a task owner to define certain exit statuses that will be marked as a retriable exception.
Contents of file are used to extend the graph (if this task was part of a graph). See https://docs.taskcluster.net/reference/platform/scheduler/api-docs#extendTaskGraph
Artifact upload map example:
Used to enable additional functionality.