I need ability to connect to our Bitbucket account on the bamboo build server that is fired up. Steps I have taken so far:
This doesn't give me access, i'm pretty sure what i'm doing above is incorrect, any suggestions?
Do you need to connect from the Bamboo Server itself from a build agent running a build plan? Setting up SSH on the server will not automatically let an agent connect. What are you trying to do exactly?
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We are running composer on our build server which installs a number of repo's from our private repositories.
The build server is an elastic agent and we have multiple ones, each time a build server is booted up its a brand new build server, so therefore there is no public/private key.
Therefore when we run composer to connect to our private repo there is no key to use in order to authenticate.
i want every build server we boot up to have access to our private repo via composer.
I thought using shared credentials was teh way forward for this but can't seem to get that.
Another way forward seems to be creating a EBS snapshot which has the private key on.
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