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Add repository gives an error

Hello,

I am getting the error while adding repository.

Below is the error.

  • New access key is required but could not be added to Bitbucket Server.
  • com.atlassian.bamboo.executor.CancelException: /usr/local/git/bin/git could not be started: command [/usr/local/git/bin/git version] failed with code -1. Working directory was [/]. []

 

Can anyone help.

Thank You!!

Regards,

Manoj

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Hey @manoj reddy

It seems that you have a git capability issue there.
It could be that your git command is not available in that location (/usr/local/git/bin/git) of that the user running Bamboo is not able to access that path.

There is a document about that that I suggest you review: 

Please check the resolution steps shared in that link and try to share here the results you get. 

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