I have an evaluation version of Stash installed. The HTTPS git clone/pull/push is all working well. But when I configure it to enable SSH Access, I can't communicate with the repository over SSH.
$ git clone ssh://git@localhost:7999/wflow/workflow.git here Cloning into 'here'... Permission denied (publickey). fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists.
I don't understand the issue. Does the repo not exist from the above URL? Or is it a repo permissions problem? Why does HTTP work and SSH not?
It seems like your public key has not been added to Stash or is not configured properly on your local machine. Check out the documentation at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Using+SSH+keys+to+secure+Git+operationsfor how to setup keys for Stash.
Just to test, I added the SSH keys of the remote machines that would be cloning on the Stash server machine.
Everything works! So it's 100% an SSH access issu.
But I don't understand why I must add the SSH keys of the remote machines in order to clone. Cloning should be free and accessible for everyone to do, especially if I enable "Public Access."
Could you turn on debug logging, restart Stash, and then attach your atlassian-stash.log file? I'll see if I can see anything in there that might narrow down the issue.
You can turn on debug loggin in the admin menu under Logging and Profiling.
The atlassian-stash.log file is located in <Stash installation>/log
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