Check out example codes for "multiple git accounts for aws". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.
Code Example 1
# This file is: ~/.ssh/config # You may have other (non-CodeCommit) SSH credentials stored in this # config file – in addition to the CodeCommit settings shown below. # NOTE: Make sure to run [ chmod 600 ~/.ssh/config ] after creating this file! # Credentials for Account1 Host awscc-account1 # 'awscc-account1' is a name you pick Hostname git-codecommit.us-east-1.amazonaws.com # This points to CodeCommit in the 'US East' region User A1EXAMPLE01234567891 # UserID as provided by IAM Security Credentials (SSH) IdentityFile ~/.ssh/account1-awsCC-rsa # Path to corresponding key file # Credentials for Account2 Host awscc-account2 Hostname git-codecommit.us-east-1.amazonaws.com User A2EXAMPLE01234567892 IdentityFile ~/.ssh/account2-awsCC-rsa # Credentials for Account3 Host awscc-account3 Hostname git-codecommit.us-east-1.amazonaws.com User A3EXAMPLE01234567893 IdentityFile ~/.ssh/account3-awsCC-rsa
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