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SSH Key in YML pipeline, who is user?

jhownfs April 10, 2023

Hi guys, how are you doing?

I have a pipeline in bitbucket where I clone another repository to use the scripts, I created the ssh of one repo and added in the other, but I have a doubt, which user and used to clone the repo and run the scripts? If a user does not have access to the repo with the scripts will give error in the pipeline?


Thanks for help.

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Theodora Boudale
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April 12, 2023

Hi @jhownfs!

Did you add the public SSH key to the Access keys of the second repo? If so, Access keys are not associated with any user. An Access key provides read-only access to the repository that it has been added to, on the machine where the private SSH key exists (in your case, your Pipelines build). Since they are not associated with a certain user, you don't need to worry about user access when you use an Access key.

You can find more info on Access keys here:

If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out!

Kind regards,

jhownfs April 13, 2023

Thanks for your help!

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