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How can I exeucte the "push origin master" git command from inside a Bamboo Script Task

We are trying to build a shared library on one Bamboo Build project, and then push the artifact into a git repository hosted in another STASH/Bitbucket instance.  We can get the repository from STASH for the target git repository by using the "Source Code Checkout" task, and then we attempt the following script:


git config "<my-email>"
git config "Bamboo Build Server"
git add --force .\libs\armeabi-v7a

git commit -m "${bamboo.buildResultKey}: Updating Native Libraries from Bamboo build on secure server (Build # ${bamboo.buildNumber})."

git remote remove origin
git remote add origin ssh://git@htlsrv01:7999/myov/myovistaapp.git
git push origin master


At run time, we get the following error:


23-Sep-2017 16:01:08Host key verification failed.
23-Sep-2017 16:01:08fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
23-Sep-2017 16:01:08 
23-Sep-2017 16:01:08Please make sure you have the correct access rights
23-Sep-2017 16:01:08and the repository exists.
23-Sep-2017 16:01:09On branch remove-native-code
23-Sep-2017 16:01:09nothing to commit, working tree clean

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Execute these command from the agent manually. Once that works, you will be able to do it from the build too.

Almost... I had to also run my Bamboo service as a "Local User" instead of as a "System User".  Once I did this things started working.

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