I recently encoutered a weird problem in bitbucket pipelines
I'm trying to configure sftp deployment to my shared hosting account. The automated fetching in the bitbucket ui isn't giving me result.
I assume my hosting provider disabled any kind of automated scanning reports for that host. I ran ssh-keyscan and it gave me nothing
Running ssh hemus -Q key-plain however give me this
I'm not sure if the problem is in the host though. I tried to scan the IP of my digital ocean droplet and it also gave me nothing. Is there another way to add my host's public key to bitbucket known_hosts so I can pipe into my ssh account from any bitbucket pipeline?
Am I doing something wrong here, what's the deal?
I figured out where the problem was.
Open ssh runs on a different port on my shared hosting account
to solve the problem use this
Under your Repository settings > Pipelines > SSH Keys you can add a host address with a specific port using this syntax
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