If you have read my previous posts, somehow, I always end up bringing up AWS. Although it is not the only service I use nor am I in any way related to it, I do use it very often. Often enough that I might spend a few hours putting something together that can save me […]
Tag Archives: SSH
Shipit is an automation engine and a deployment tool written for node / iojs.
You can automate anything with Shipit but most of the time you will want to deploy your project using the Shipit deploy task.
Login and interactive SSH commands
Click to Read: Some day you or a collaborator may accidentally commit sensitive data, such as a password or SSH key, into a Git repository. Although you can remove the file from the latest commit with
git rm, the file will still exist in the repository’s history. Fortunately, there are other tools that can entirely remove unwanted files from a repository’s history. This article will explain how to use two of them:
git filter-branch and theBFG Repo-Cleaner.