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Your private key is not right. Edit your question and add the key file’s content. Also check its permissions: They should be 0600 or 0400 (no permissions for group and other).

Your private key is not right. looks corrupted. Edit your question and add the key file’s content. Also check its permissions: They should be 0600 or 0400 (no permissions for group and other).

Your Something is wrong with your private key looks corrupted. Edit key. If you want me to confirm this, edit your question and add the key file’s content. content (format it as code, please, using the "101010" button).

Also check its the key file's permissions: They should be 0600 or 0400 (no permissions for group and other).

If you don't have a correct private key that matches the public key on the instance, and the instance doesn't allow password-based login, there is nothing you can do to access this instance. Create a new key pair and launch a new instance.

Something is wrong with your private key. If you want me to confirm this, edit your question and add the key file’s content (format it as code, please, using the "101010" button).

Also check the key file's permissions: They should be 0600 or 0400 (no permissions for group and other).

If you don't have a correct private key that matches the public key on the instance, and the instance doesn't allow password-based login, there is nothing you can do to access this instance. Create a new key pair and launch a new instance.

By the way, if you don't mind my advice: The internet is a great resource to find answers. Searching for ssh load key invalid format yields many useful results, including https://serverfault.com/questions/854208/ssh-suddenly-returning-invalid-format?rq=1. This is faster than typing something into ask.openstack.org and waiting for an answer.