Starting an SSH Session

Usage:
  runnable ssh [repository]

Use this command to spawn a shell session into the container.
[repository] format: <repo-name>/<branch-name>.
Without [repository], the current directory will be used to determine <repo-name>/<branch-name>.
  1. In your terminal, navigate to the local directory of a repository whose container is running in Runnable.

  2. Start an ssh session runnable ssh.

To ssh into another container on runnable, add the name of the repository as the last argument

For example, if you’d like to ssh into the runnable container called api/feature-1, the command would be:

runnable ssh api/feature-1.

  1. You will now be in an ssh session with a container on Runnable that maps to the branch you have checked out locally.