Fetch changes with git pull

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Buddy turns deployments into a breeze, allowing you to automatically pull the latest revision on your server on every push to branch. You can also deploy manually on click, or recurrently on time intervals. Buddy pipeline exampleBuddy pipeline example

Configure Git pull with SSH action

  1. Create a new project, select your Git provider and choose the repository with your project
  2. Add a new pipeline and configure the details: name, trigger mode, and branch from which you want to deploy
  3. Look up and click SSH on the action list: SSH action locationSSH action location
  4. Configure action details:
    • enter git pull command
    • select authentication mode and provide the details to your server
    • choose the path from which you want to pull SSH action configurationSSH action configuration
If you are using build actions in your pipeline, make sure to select the Filesystem as the source to deploy artifacts and processed files.
  1. When ready, click Add this action to finish configuration.
Make sure that you have Git installed on the server and that the remote path contains the repository clone.
  • Click the Test button to verify connection to your server before adding the action.
  • You can use environment variables to store authentication details to your servers.

Last modified on April 26, 2022


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