When registering your runner, you might get this certificate error.
couldn't execute POST against https://gitlab.mysite.com/api/v4/runners: Post "https://gitlab.mysite.com/api/v4/runners": x509: certificate signed by unknown authority
In this case we’re using GoDaddy wildcards on our servers (for reasons).
Simple fix on the Runner itself:
mkdir /etc/gitlab-runner/certs openssl s_client -showcerts -connect gitlab.mysite.com:443 -servername gitlab.mysite.com < /dev/null 2>/dev/null | openssl x509 -outform PEM > /etc/gitlab-runner/certs/gitlab.mysite.com.crt
This will copy the target server’s (gitlab.mysite.com) CRT into the Runner’s /etc/gitlab-runner/certs/ folder. Make sure you are using the complete FQDN as the cert name must match the target name/FQDN.
systemctl stop gitlab-runner systemctl start gitlab-runner gitlab-runner status gitlab-runner register
That should do it.