Same public key for different repos

Hi,

can different repos have the same public key in Fisheye?

Thanks,Rumi

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Hi Rumceisz,

Of course, you can share same key (it is actually private key not public one) in several FishEye repositories. You won't be able to reuse FishEye generated key easily as the private key is never displayed to the user. But you can easily generate key pair by yourself, upload same private key to several FishEye repositories and add the public one to authorized keys on your git/hg hosting site. There is more information how to generate the key pair: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Creating+SSH+keys

Kind regards,
Piotr

My impression is that you are missing to say that for each repository you want to add you have to upload the ssh key again. And a side effect of this is that if you want to change the key you may have to manually update all of them, because all of them do have the same key in them. If that's true, that's means that the entire answer would translate of a **NOT really.**

Hi Piotr,

thanks a lot!

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