We have an integration between Bamboo and Bitcbuket that allows us to use the bitcbuket/Stash server as a repo source for builds instead of just HTTP, however when a remote agent runs the build SSH there is an access denied message. Is there a way to get Bamboo to share the key pair created when adding the repo to a build via Bitbucket/Stash integration with the remote agents so they can checkout from the bitbucket repo?
This is the integration im refering to: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/bamboo-integration-776639871.html
You shouldn't have to do anything special. The only reason you should need to have the SSH keys inside the remote agent is if you're working with submodules per BAM-11369.
At this point if that is not the case, I would make sure SSH access is turned on in BitBucket per the Bamboo Integration knowledge base and try.
Finally, try with a local agent and see if that works.
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