Sam

Sam

Planned

It would be nice if ssh keys added to GitHub would be synced to all (or configured) servers automatically. Something like https://github.com/shoenig/ssh-key-sync does.

Dennis

Dennis

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I'm not sure why though, because Ploi doesn't use SSH keys to deploy or clone from, it uses oAuth tokens.

Or am I missing something here?

Sam

Sam

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Yes, this isn't related to how Ploi clones or anything else directly. It's just an easier way to distribute SSH keys when for example rotating them or adding a new machine. Just upload them to GitHub as "single source of truth" and they are automatically synced to servers to allow SSH access for myself.

Does this help?

Dennis

Dennis

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I think I get it, so the keys present in your GitHub account, do you want those synced to your servers?

Sam

Sam

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Exactly.

Dennis

Dennis

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That's quite interesting, I'm not sure we'd automate this, but a button near the Source Control provider for Github to import those, would be a good start I recon?

Sam

Sam

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Yeah, this would already help.

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Keep ssh keys in sync with GitHub

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  • Dennis moved item to board Planned

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