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How can I get a previously uploaded private key?

I've got a git repository added to fisheye/crucible, and have previously uploaded a private key to use for connection to that git repo.

I'd like to re-use that private key somewhere else, how can I get at it from fisheye/crucible?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Oct 28, 2012

Hi Dave,

you can find the keys in the FishEye data directory (pointed to by FISHEYE_INST) - the path is data/auth/<repository_name>

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