I haven't signed in for a while, and now i can't see my old repos, or even add my ssh key.
When i am trying to add my ssh key, i receive this error: Someone has already registered this as an account SSH key. (Even if i don't have any ssh key added in account -> bitbucket settings -> ssh keys)
Hi Mihai, sounds like you might have another Bitbucket Cloud account. You can check to which Bitbucket username is your SSH key connected to by running this command from your terminal
ssh -Tv firstname.lastname@example.org
This will attempt to create a connection to Bitbucket for Git and tell you which username is using.
If needed, you can also run this command to see which key is your SSH agent currently offering:
If the username displayed is the same one you recently checked and it's indeed empty, please let us know so we can dig deeper into this issue.
Hi Mihai, if you'd like you can share that username here so I can look at the options to access that account now. Otherwise, I can create a Support ticket for you so we can keep that info in private.
You also said you're not interested in the old repos, you just want to recover the SSH key. Is there any strong reason that prevents you from creating a new SSH key for your new account? You can find the instructions at Set up an SSH Key.
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