-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
You can either generate the ssh key pair in FishEye and copy the public key into your Git repository server, or generate the ssh key in the Git repository server and upload the private key into FishEye. If you choose the second option, please note that FishEye can only use passphrase-less SSH keys:
According to your comment, you're generating the ssh key pair in FishEye and trying to upload it into your Git repository server.
Public hosting systems such as Bitbucket and GitHub provide simple web-based mechanisms for associating public keys with your account. For these systems, a generic username is used in the repository URL and it is the key that determines the account.
I am not sure how this can be done in your public Git repository administration, but maybe you try the other way around, which is second option I mentioned above?
If this answer was helpful, please allow me to ask you to mark my answer as accepted in order to have it in the top of the thread, also helping other customers.
Thanks in advance!
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