Hosting your own runners
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 to run jobs in a workflow.
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 self-hosted runners in a workflow→
To use self-hosted runners in a workflow, you can use labels to specify the runner type for a job.
Checking the status of self-hosted runners→
You can check the status of a self-hosted runner from your repository settings on GitHub, or directly on a self-hosted runner machine.
Removing self-hosted runners→
You can remove a self-hosted runner from a repository so that it can no longer run jobs in a workflow.