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I'll try to set up the bitbucket pipeline for my deployments. I'll add the pipeline to the bitbucket repository and configure the SSH keys correctly with Known hosts. after that, I'll run the ssh commands every time getting Host key verification failed This is my pipeline configuration
name: "Logging to server"
- apt-get update && apt-get install -y unzip
- apt-get install -y openssh-client
- echo "Trying to logging ..."
- ssh root@ip
And I already added the generated(from bitbucket ssh section) public key to my server's
~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. How can fix the issue.? (centos 7 server)
Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
Host key verification failed.
When I run
ssh-keyscan -t rsa bitbucket.org
bitbucket.org ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAAB ...
1. go to -> Repository settings
2. go to -> SSH keys ( on the left navigation)
3. at the known hosts section
- input your Bastion host public IP address
- then click Fetch button
- rerun your pipeline
I faced a similar issue, when creating immutable infrastructure as part of my Pipeline.
I used the following to mitigate:
- terraform apply
- ec2_public_ip=$(terraform output -json | jq -r '.public_dns.value')
- echo $ec2_public_ip
- ssh-keyscan -t rsa $ec2_public_ip >> ~/.ssh/known_hosts
- pipe: atlassian/ssh-run:0.2.8
variables: SSH_USER: 'fedora'
COMMAND: 'curl ifconfig.me'
You could also create a step, that outputs a fingerprint artifact:
- step: &get-fingerprint name: Get Host Fingerprint to add to known_hosts script:
- ssh-keyscan -t rsa $ec2_public_ip > fingerprint
Thanks. but it's not working. still getting below issue.
ssh -A -tt -i /root/.ssh/pipelines_id -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -p 22 root@ip php -v
Permission denied, please try again.Permission denied, please try again.root@ip: Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic,password).
Yes, but using an incorrect user can also cause this same issue.
i.e. if I was to try and connect to an AWS ec2 instance and I don't use the centos username I would get permission denied or at least a message saying to login with centos
I have this working no problems, my key is defined in Pipelines -> SSH Keys and this is the same Key I use to launch my instances.
I use the fingerprint method described above to add the host to known_hosts on the fly.
The user is incorrect
The Key is incorrect.