I am trying to connect point bamboo to a stash repo for some time now and I run the plan (which only does a source code checkout from default repo and that's it. The plan says successful and always errors with the following:
And as the same user you can clone the same repository to the bamboo server? It looks like the bamboo server/connecting user doesn't have stash's ssh key stored in known_hosts. Manually running the ssh clone will ensure the various connectivity issues are not the problem.
Another possibility is that the repo is empty but less likely since you're trying to build something. I have seen a similar error when changing the repository used in a build or the clone method (http to ssh). Shutdown, clear the bamboo cache, restart, then run a new build (don't re-run a previously failed build).
The same user? I can log in to the Bamboo server as the same user as I log into bamboo with and do this:
robertn@dev2:~/.ssh$ /usr/bin/git ls-remote ssh://se-git1.example.com:7999/~robertn/puppet-server.git
Enter passphrase for key '/home/robertn/.ssh/id_rsa':
No it is not empty.
Oh so you have to enter your passphrase? That's possibly the issue. Add your ssh key to key-agent (or whatever ssh key management tool your OS uses) so that you aren't prompted for a passphrase when you run ssh commands.
That a Bamboo quirk. On the command line
I use the fqdn name. Bamboo is implementing an internal SSH proxy for git in order to authenticate properly with remote repository. Which does not appear to work well. Please see this post for why it is going to some unreproducible host connection: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/288626/bamboo-can-t-get-code-from-linked-stash
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