copy and pasted from a slack chat. Special shoutout to Anthony L. for the tip!

here’s a time saver i just drummed up that’s worthy of sharing. it will be of interest to you:

in your ~/.ssh/config put:

look mom, no hands! now, any time you log into an EC2 node, there’s a convenient reverse tunnel to your dev box and all you have to do is ssh ec2-node-fqdn from your workstation,

Once on the node, you can do the following:

boom! you can edit files on your workstation and then, rather than push them to master/dev, just pull the changeset on the dev ec2 node naturally with a git pull and you’re up-to-date and ready to test on!


ssh shortcut for effective work loop (local machine git pull against remote server)

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