Probably a simple question, but I am at a loss here...
In github one can add a deployment key for each repository which only gives access to that single repository.
But for one client I have two projects managed with git on the same server (project A and project B). If I use the public key for project A, github tells me I cant use it as a deployment key for project B and vice versa.
How can I create another public key and setup git to use one key for project A and the other one for project B?
ssh way to do this would be using
~/.ssh/config, creating a hostname alias and accessing github with different hostnames for both projects. I have no idea whether there is a
git config (or
git remote) way too.
Host a.github.com HostName github.com User git IdentityFile ~/.ssh/project-a-id_rsa Host b.github.com HostName github.com User git IdentityFile ~/.ssh/project-b-id_rsa
b.github.com:user/project-b.git (or similar) as your repository URLs.