Hello, pardon me for once another topic on the setup of ssh, but i could not find a solution so far.
My setup is a django project hosted on a github repo, to which i push from local or staging instances. in production, in projects copy in a virtual env on pythonanywhere, the repo gets pulled and some django update commands triggered.
So far all works with https and manually updating from a bash terminal. I want to automate and i need to connect to the github remote from the server with ssh.
I have created a key according to the python anywhere documentation and have successfully "installed" it with these series of commands:
eval $(ssh-agent) && ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa_xxx && # note this will require me to insert the ssh passphrase git pull [more django and migration related commands]
Now tho, every time i am logging in a new bash i have to re-execute the two ssh-agent and ssh-add commands and re-insert the passphrase manually. Is there a way to automate this? Or am I doing the right way at all considering i want to put all the update commands in a script and trigger it from the CI?