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SSH-RUN not pass env variables?

Hi we have a pipeline which is based on two steps:
1st. Rsync repo to server 
2nd.  Run  ssh-run and execute 3 simple commands on server. 

This is how its look: 

## Building test environment

image: atlassian/default-image:2

pipelines:
default:
- step:
name: Deploy repo using rsync to hosting.espeo.dev
deployment: test
# trigger: manual # Uncomment to make this a manual deployment.
script:
- pipe: atlassian/rsync-deploy:0.4.1
variables:
USER: '$HOST_USER'
SERVER: '$HOST_IP'
REMOTE_PATH: '/data/www/xxx'
LOCAL_PATH: '${BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR}/*'
DEBUG: 'true' # Optional.
DELETE_FLAG: 'false'
- step:
name: Shutdown and re-run containers
script:
- pipe: atlassian/ssh-run:0.2.4
variables:
SSH_USER: '$HOST_USER'
SERVER: '$HOST_IP'
SSH_KEY: '$DEPLOYMENT_SECRET_KEY'
COMMAND: >
cd /data/www/xxx;
docker-compose down;
docker-compose up -d;

Environment variables are stored in Deployments menu at Test Environment. 

For the first step everything goes perfect no matter whether we use $HOST_USER or $HOST_IP or username and ip. Unfortunately pipeline not passing if we use  the same Env variables for ssh-run. Pipeline logs below: 

--env=SERVER="$HOST_IP" \
--env=SSH_KEY="$DEPLOYMENT_SECRET_KEY" \
--env=SSH_USER="$HOST_USER" \
--add-host="host.docker.internal:$BITBUCKET_DOCKER_HOST_INTERNAL" \
bitbucketpipelines/ssh-run:0.2.4
Unable to find image 'bitbucketpipelines/ssh-run:0.2.4' locally
0.2.4: Pulling from bitbucketpipelines/ssh-run
9123ac7c32f7: Pulling fs layer
711c5c03e83f: Pulling fs layer
....
b362cee492e3: Download complete
362cee492e3: Pull complete
Digest: sha256:8b5a69e15d12c6e8da87638f4eb68661f4b8dfa4a8984c381d0b95a34f5b3084
Status: Downloaded newer image for bitbucketpipelines/ssh-run:0.2.4
INFO: Executing the pipe...
/pipe.sh: line 23: SSH_USER: SSH_USER variable missing.

 Why it is important for us, to use Variables instead plain username and host ip ? Because we would like to create second deployment env with another Variables defined inside . Is it an issue or we are doing something wrong? 

PS. I also try do define variables named different in case if RSYNC in some way block variables but nothing changed, still we received error.

Thanks in advance for any tip! 

1 answer

Hi, It was two years ago, did you find a solution ?

Hi, nope. Still without an answer as well...

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