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How do I create a known_hosts file?

I'm following this guide for setting up ssh keys for pipelines. https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/use-ssh-keys-in-bitbucket-pipelines-847452940.html

How do I go about setting up an known_hosts file. I can't fns any documentaion that explains how to go about this.

Thanks

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Hey @Matt_Tunney,

The `known_hosts` file is created for you when add a system in the ssh-keys UI.

The UI is available under your repository settings -> Pipelines -> SSH Keys.

Enter the remote host address, and click 'Fetch'

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Now when you run ssh commands inside your pipeline, your server fingerprint is automatically validated.

 

-Seb

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