Managing self-hosted runners
You can host your own runners to run workflows in a highly customizable environment.
About self-hosted runners
You can host your own runners and customize the environment used to run jobs in your GitHub Actions workflows.
Adding self-hosted runners
You can add a self-hosted runner to a repository, an organization, or an enterprise.
Autoscaling with self-hosted runners
You can automatically scale your self-hosted runners in response to webhook events.
Running scripts before or after a job
Scripts can automatically execute on a self-hosted runner, directly before or after a job.
Customizing the containers used by jobs
You can customize how your self-hosted runner invokes a container for a job.
Configuring the self-hosted runner application as a service
You can configure the self-hosted runner application as a service to automatically start the runner application when the machine starts.
Using a proxy server with self-hosted runners
You can configure self-hosted runners to use a proxy server to communicate with GitHub.
Using labels with self-hosted runners
You can use labels to organize your self-hosted runners based on their characteristics.
Using self-hosted runners in a workflow
To use self-hosted runners in a workflow, you can use labels or groups to specify the runner for a job.
Managing access to self-hosted runners using groups
You can use policies to limit access to self-hosted runners that have been added to an organization.
Monitoring and troubleshooting self-hosted runners
You can monitor your self-hosted runners to view their activity and diagnose common issues.
Removing self-hosted runners
You can permanently remove a self-hosted runner from a repository or organization.