i have a problem that i don't know how to handle.
I have 2 Repos in Gitlab , RepoA and RepoB. In my gitlab user i have 3 ssh keys, one from my laptop and 2 from the 2 VM (VMA and VMB) that work with the 2 repos. In this way i can pull and push easy from the VMs and from my laptop.
On RepoA i have a colaborator that also works. He has RepoA shared to his Gitlab account and he has access to VMA to push and pull code. He sould never have access to RepoB, so from here comes my problem. If he can guess the RepoB url , he can pull and see it on the VMA where he has access already just becouse Gitlab does not have a granular way o adding ssh keys per project. I probably am missing something very logical here but i just can't see what.
How can i give access to to my colaborator on VMA to only see RepoA.
A hack-ish way of doing this is to generate a 3rd user in gitlab that handles just VMA an the ssh key from VMA will be introduced in this user account on Gitlab. But i bet there's got to be a better, cleaner way.
GitLab has the feature of project-specific SSH keys:
They are called Deploy keys. You can use them to provide read-only or read/write access for one or multiple repositories.
Use deploy keys to access repositories that are hosted in GitLab. Deploy keys can’t be used for Git operations if external authorization is enabled.