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How can I use user specific ssh private keys in a shell recipe?
How can I import user secrets into a shell recipe?
Operating system used: centos
Hi @clayms ,
1) Technically, yes, if the dss user or the impersonated user has permission to read the ssh key of other users /home/username/.ssh you can retrieve and use it in a shell recipe e.g ssh -i /path/to/name-public-key 2) No directly with bash, you can use python code to retrieve user secrets - https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/security/user-secrets.html#python
You could try and execute python from your shell recipe see example :
In the general, we recommend using Python recipes instead of shell recipes if possible. I you do need to make shell calls you can subprocess or os packages.
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