CodeCommit – Git

HTTPS

In order to be able to work with the Git repository in CodeCommit using the AIM role, AWS Cli must be installed on the instance. You will also need "credential-helper", for this we create a configuration file for Git:

~/.gitconfig

 

And copy the following into it:

[credential]
    helper = !aws codecommit credential-helper [email protected]
    UseHttpPath = true

 

Now you can work with CodeCommit over HTTPS without specifying a username/password.

 

SSH

To use the SSH protocol, you need an IAM user with rights to CodeCommit. You also need to add the SSH Public Key, for this, in the IAM settings of the user, go to the "Security Credentials" tab and go down to the "SSH keys for AWS CodeCommit" block

 

And upload the public key. After which you will see the "SSH Key ID" of your key, it is needed to work with CodeCommit:

git clone ssh://{YOUR_ID_FOR_SSH_KEY}@git-codecommit.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/v1/repos/artem-test

 

But in order not to constantly indicate it, you can specify it in the SSH configuration:

vim ~/.ssh/config

 

Copy the following contents:

Host git-codecommit.*.amazonaws.com
User {YOUR_ID_FOR_SSH_KEY}
IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa # path to your private ssh key

 

And we ask him the necessary permission:

chmod 600 ~/.ssh/config

Now you can work with CodeCommit without specifying "SSH Key ID"

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