I have a bash script that run commands on a windows machine (lets call it machine A) to pull a repository on bitbucket (using git) and then run specific programs to work on the pulled content.
I have also a ubuntu machine running Jenkins. On a build step I use the "Publish Over SSH" plugin to run the bash script on the machine A.
Everything goes fine all the times unless git has to pull a commit containing a large file and its fails with this error :
Downloading test x_map.fbx (31 MB) Error downloading object: x_map.fbx (63b3f85): Smudge error: Error downloading x_map.fb x (hash): batch request: firstname.lastname@example.org: Permission denied (publickey).: exit status 255
The problem is that the LFS part of git doesn't use the SSH key even though I did set the core.sshCommand in git config to use a key for all the ssh commands.
So when I do this : ssh email@example.com git-lfs-authenticate "reopsitory" downlaod its fails with this message : firstname.lastname@example.org: Permission denied (publickey)
But it works fine when I run it with the ssh key option : ssh -i "ssh-key-path" email@example.com git-lfs-authenticate "reopsitory" downlaod
So I was wondering if there was any solution to kind of overload all the LFS ssh commands to use a specific ssh key like the core.sshCommand in git config.
I m hardly stuck on this so I hope you guys have a miraculous solution! Thanks in advance for your help.
adding prior to the git pull command :
eval $(ssh-agent -s)
ssh-add "key-path" makes this command work : [ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org git-lfs-authenticate "reopsitory" downlaod ] but the git pull still fails with the same error
Hi Ridha! The git pull command failing can be related to a ton of things but, looking at the information you provide it seems that maybe the git remote -v is not pointing to the right place.
Also, could you let us know if the environment that you're using to pull LFS is the same you're using to push?
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