This is a simple executor that allows you to execute builds on a remote machine by executing commands over SSH.
git lfscommand if Git LFS is installed on the remote machine. Ensure Git LFS is up-to-date on any remote systems where GitLab Runner will run using SSH executor.
To use the SSH executor you need to specify
executor = "ssh" under the
[runners.ssh] section. For example:
[[runners]] executor = "ssh" [runners.ssh] host = "example.com" port = "22" user = "root" password = "password" identity_file = "/path/to/identity/file"
You can use
identity_file or both to authenticate against the
server. GitLab Runner doesn’t implicitly read
identity_file needs to be
The project’s source is checked out to:
<short-token>is a shortened version of the runner’s token (first 8 letters)
<concurrent-id>is a unique number, identifying the local job ID on the particular runner in context of the project
<namespace>is the namespace where the project is stored on GitLab
<project-name>is the name of the project as it is stored on GitLab
To overwrite the
~/builds directory, specify the
builds_dir options under
[[runners]] section in
If you want to upload job artifacts, install
gitlab-runner on the host you are
connecting to via SSH.
The SSH executor is susceptible to MITM attacks (man-in-the-middle), because of
StrictHostKeyChecking option. This will be fixed in one of the