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Pipe: SSH run, can I use a file as parameter?

I found this : https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/ssh-run/src/master/

Used to "Run a command or a bash script on your server"

It accepts string arguments, I'd like to know if I can use a file from the repository as argument somehow?

That would allow me to leave a docker-compose.yml file on the repository and then use it to create a container on the remote server.

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Ben Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2022

Hey Rafael,

The ssh-run pipe allows you to execute bash commands and bash scripts. The extra arguments which can be passed through are SSH-based and don't appear to allow you to execute other file types, please see here for the documentation on the ssh-run pipe:
https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/ssh-run/src/master/

The arguments has documentation as well for what can be passed through, this can be found here:
https://linux.die.net/man/1/ssh\

Cheers!

- Ben (Bitbucket Cloud Support)

Thank you these references will help, I guess I'll copy the files to the destination server and execute the scripts there then.

Ben Atlassian Team Apr 07, 2022

Hey Rafael,

I believe this will be the best solution for you, yes :) 

Cheers!

- Ben (Bitbucket Cloud Support)

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