Jenkinsfile docker

I’m running a jenkins instance on GCE inside a docker container and would like to execute a multibranch pipeline from this Jenkinsfile and Github. I’m using the GCE jenkins tutorial for this. Here is my Jenkinsfile

node {
  def project = 'xxxxxx'
  def appName = 'gceme'
  def feSvcName = "${appName}-frontend"
  def imageTag = "eu.gcr.io/${project}/${appName}:${env.BRANCH_NAME}.${env.BUILD_NUMBER}"

  checkout scm

  sh("echo Build image")
  stage 'Build image'
  sh("docker build -t ${imageTag} .")

  sh("echo Run Go tests")
  stage 'Run Go tests'
  sh("docker run ${imageTag} go test")

  sh("echo Push image to registry")
  stage 'Push image to registry'
  sh("gcloud docker push ${imageTag}")

  sh("echo Deploy Application")
  stage "Deploy Application"
  switch (env.BRANCH_NAME) {
    // Roll out to canary environment
    case "canary":
        // Change deployed image in canary to the one we just built
        sh("sed -i.bak 's#eu.gcr.io/cloud-solutions-images/gceme:1.0.0#${imageTag}#' ./k8s/canary/*.yaml")
        sh("kubectl --namespace=production apply -f k8s/services/")
        sh("kubectl --namespace=production apply -f k8s/canary/")
        sh("echo http://`kubectl --namespace=production get service/${feSvcName} --output=json | jq -r '.status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].ip'` > ${feSvcName}")
        break

    // Roll out to production
    case "master":
        // Change deployed image in canary to the one we just built
        sh("sed -i.bak 's#eu.gcr.io/cloud-solutions-images/gceme:1.0.0#${imageTag}#' ./k8s/production/*.yaml")
        sh("kubectl --namespace=production apply -f k8s/services/")
        sh("kubectl --namespace=production apply -f k8s/production/")
        sh("echo http://`kubectl --namespace=production get service/${feSvcName} --output=json | jq -r '.status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].ip'` > ${feSvcName}")
        break

    // Roll out a dev environment
    default:
        // Create namespace if it doesn't exist
        sh("kubectl get ns ${env.BRANCH_NAME} || kubectl create ns ${env.BRANCH_NAME}")
        // Don't use public load balancing for development branches
        sh("sed -i.bak 's#LoadBalancer#ClusterIP#' ./k8s/services/frontend.yaml")
        sh("sed -i.bak 's#eu.gcr.io/cloud-solutions-images/gceme:1.0.0#${imageTag}#' ./k8s/dev/*.yaml")
        sh("kubectl --namespace=${env.BRANCH_NAME} apply -f k8s/services/")
        sh("kubectl --namespace=${env.BRANCH_NAME} apply -f k8s/dev/")
        echo 'To access your environment run `kubectl proxy`'
        echo "Then access your service via http://localhost:8001/api/v1/proxy/namespaces/${env.BRANCH_NAME}/services/${feSvcName}:80/"
  }
}

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    /var/jenkins_home/workspace/apiservice_master-GJCRJX6ZJPDVVSEUHIS6VBX7OYMFS5WKRVRKCSF4PSO76ZGZPKFQ@tmp/durable-b4503ecc/script.sh: 2: /var/jenkins_home/workspace/apiservice_master-GJCRJX6ZJPDVVSEUHIS6VBX7OYMFS5WKRVRKCSF4PSO76ZGZPKFQ@tmp/durable-b4503ecc/script.sh: docker: not found
    

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    That looks like DiD (Docker in Docker), which this recent issue points out as problematic.
    See “Using Docker-in-Docker for your CI or testing environment? Think twice.”

    That same issue recommends to run in privilege mode.
    And make sure your docker container in which you are executing does have docker installed.

    You need the docker client installed in the Jenkins agent image used for that node, ie. cloudbees/java-with-docker-client
    And the docker socket mounted in the agent

    Docker will be the best open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications.