I cleaned up the SSH keys in my profile:
Werner van der Merwe REMOVED an SSH key 2018-08-06 · 184.108.40.206
Turns out I still need this as part of an existing pipeline, so I cannot create a new key for that user, and I desperately need this user to have access to the repos again.
When I try and re-add the key, it gives me the: "Someone has already added that key as an access key to a repository." error.
How can I either clear the history around this key, or be able re-add the key again?
Same here. I had some issues pushing my repo to Bitbucket so I created it fresh: cloned from BB as an empty repo, and copied all my stuff from the old location to the new repo. Now when I want to add my key, "someone" has already added that, even though there is nothing in my list of keys on BB. I guess I should just generate a new key pair and be done with it.
Same thing happened with me. I tried to delete my ssh key from the repository and add it to my user settings so that I could get read/write access, like suggested in this StackOverflow answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/57114966/1639385, but then BitBucket complains with the message of "Someone has already added that key as an access key to a repository.".
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