I have several private GitHub repos that I need to build. I'm using deployment keys and a config file for SSH to let the Jenkins user know what key to use for each repo. In order to get Jenkins to work with GitHub in this fashion, I had to change the repository URL to point to the host alias. So, it looks like:
This allows me to initiate a build from Jenkins, which is able to checkout the code from github successfully.
I need to initiate builds from GitHub when code is committed. I setup everything and tested the webhook. I saw the payload come in successfully in the logs. When I commit code to the repo, I get the following error: "FINE: Skipped <repo> because it doesn't have a matching repository."
If I change my repository URL back to email@example.com:myorg/repo.git I get a match on the repo after code commit, but then the jenkins user can't checkout the code from GitHub because it doesn't know what SSH key to use.
Is there a way to get this to work? Thanks.