I am using FTP Deploy . Pipeline reject and failed to connect. While I am using shared hosting. Though I don't have separate IP address for my website. is there any possibility to fix this problem?
script: - pipe: atlassian/ftp-deploy:0.3.3 variables: USER: 'username' PASSWORD: '********' SERVER: 'ftp.example.com' REMOTE_PATH: 'public_ci_cd/'
@cheralathann I'd assume the devil is in the details as so often. Please consult the manual of the lftp utility, it might already do that but your understanding what a changed file is might be different to the utility or what the utility can technically do on the level of FTP and the underlying systems, e.g. the file-system inside the container or on the remote shared host.
Therefore it's important you read that up first as otherwise such questions tend to become too broad and too easy to misunderstand/too hard to answer. Yeah, and trouble-shooting.
@cheralathann Just seeing with the FTP-Deploy Pipe the optional
variable. Maybe if you set it to `false` you already have the behavior you're looking for?
For anything else the ftp-depoy pipe is using the `lftp` utility with the `mirror` command (in reverse, so uploading to the FTP server to mirror) and you can tweak this by the
variable as outlined in the ftp-deploy project.
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