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Someone has already registered this as a deploy key.

faris rayhan Jul 02, 2016

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Invalid SSH Key

Hi

I try to add SSH Key into my Bitbucket but i got this kind of error.

Someone has already registered this as a deploy key.

I have checked on all of my repository but i do not find that key.

Can someone help me to solve this problem

 

Thanks

2 answers

4 votes
Jobin Kuruvilla [Go2Group] Community Leader Jul 04, 2016

Check under the project > Access keys as well. You can configure it under project or repositories.

Alex Vallejo Sep 04, 2017

Except, access via a deployment key is read-only, so that screws you up if you add it via the project.

Nate Rogers Oct 17, 2018

That was it. Thanks Jobin!

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Siddu Angadi Jul 02, 2016

Are you adding against to user? If so and already user with SSH key exists, it will not allow add another ssh key.

you can cross check by searching the user ( ssh-key gen user) in stash user directory.

In that case, I would recommend to add repo directly.

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