Use the SSH plugin to execute commands on a remote server. The following parameters are used to configure this plugin:
host- address or IP of the remote machine
port- port to connect to on the remote machine
user- user to log in as on the remote machine
commands- list of commands to execute
Example configuration in your .drone.yml file:
deploy: ssh: host: foo.com user: root port: 22 commands: - echo hello - echo world
Example multi-host configuration in your .drone.yml file:
deploy: ssh: host: - foo.com - bar.com user: root port: 22 sleep: 5 commands: - echo hello - echo world
In the above example Drone executes the commands on multiple hosts sequentially. If the commands fail on a single host this plugin exits immediatly, and will not run your commands on the remaining hosts in the list.
The above example also uses the
sleep parameter. The sleep parameter instructs Drone to sleep for N seconds between host executions.
The plugin authenticates to your server using a per-repository SSH key generated by Drone. You can find the public key in your repository settings in Drone. You will need to copy / paste this key into your
~/.ssh/authorized_keys file on your remote machine.