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ssh-run: running script on remote server hangs


Hello -

I am trying to configure a bitbucket pipeline using a runner to run on an AWS EC2 instance. I have the runner up and running via the command supplied when creating the runner.

I came across the ssh-run pipe and thought that might be a good solution for this task, especially because a lot of the examples have ec2-user as SSH_USER.

I want to configure a simple git pull command on the ec2 instance, yet the pipeline just hangs at `ssh -A -tt -i /root/.ssh/pipelines_id -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -p 22...`

Here is the pipeline yaml file along with the script it is attempting to execute.

image: atlassian/default-image:2

- step:
runs-on: self.hosted
- pipe: atlassian/ssh-run:0.3.1
SSH_USER: 'ec2-user'
SERVER: <ec2 IP addr>
MODE: 'command'
COMMAND: <script on ec2 instance>


script (on the ec2 instance):


git -C <path on ec2 instance> pull


Thank you.



just a silly ssh/bitbucket auth as expected now.


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@aslane  hi. So do you solve you problem? If yes, consider to move your edit comment as separate response and mark it as answered.


Regards, Igor.

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