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Simplest deploy is failing Edited

I have what might be the simplest deployment case ever... to bring code into an existing project.

From within the same project, I

  1. Log in with ssh
  2. Navigate to the repo path
  3. Make sure my master branch is checked out
  4. Pull the repo from origin


- step:
name: Deploy
deployment: production
- echo "Deploying to server";
- ssh "cd /path/to/repo/ && git checkout master && git pull origin master;"


1-3 work perfectly -- no issues with ssh keys, etc.

Already on 'master' Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/master'.


4. Fails with output

Host key verification failed.fatal: Could not read from remote repository.Please make sure you have the correct access rightsand the repository exists`

I understood that the keys for the repo were injected into the instance, so I'm not sure why there's key failure. Ideas welcome... Including different approaches.

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1. Created

# Deploy 2.0
# Runs from within Pipelines. Do not run manually.

echo "cd to /data/*/scripts/toolkit"
cd /data/*/scripts/toolkit
git status
git checkout master
git pull origin master
git log -1

2. Updated pipeline to:

- ssh "cd /path/to/repo/ && sh"

Now... to add some exception handling to that bash file...

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