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Can we use ssh-task in bamboo yaml spec?

We are trying to move our deployment plans to bamboo yml spec as it was released in 6.9 version. 

We are not able to find any documentation related to ssh-tasks that we used to login to different environments and deploy. Is that task available in bamboo yaml spec?

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Hello @Venkatesh Nannan welcome to the community :)

It's great to hear that you and your team are moving to Bamboo Specs YAML!

If you want to execute a command through SSH, you will need to write it using a script task. Here is a tutorial with an example on how to do it.

Specific for the SSH Tasks, there is no explicit task to be used, I have added a suggestion for you

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jira guy Rising Star Mar 09, 2020

Hello @Victor Debone 

This doesn't help when you have to provide the password. correct?

I have my bamboo running as bamboo user. My ssh task needs to be run using some service account.

When I create a script task it will let bamboo user ssh as service account and fail. Any idea how to fix this? 

I cannot have users with access to bamboo use this service account.

How to achieve this in a best way?

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