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Disable git Bamboo Proxy for Source Checkout

Patrick Schneider August 4, 2022


is there a way to disable the Bamboo Proxy for Git when using the Source Code Checkout Task and just use the native git command.




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Eduardo Alvarenga
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August 4, 2022

Hello @Patrick Schneider

As mentioned by @Charlie Misonne the purpose of the Checkout/Pull/Push tasks is to exactly overcome authentication issues by using a proxy that would do the heavy lifting.

If you have a particular reason to use a direct git interaction, you need to use a script task.

We have a nice KB that explains how to use that alternative method.

Thank you,


Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC 

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Charlie Misonne
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August 4, 2022

Hi Patrick,

If you want to use the direct GIT URL's you should use a script task instead of a source code checkout task. I don't think there is an option in the source code checkout task to bypass the proxy mechanis of Bamboo.

Something like this should work:

git clone <your-url>

Of course you need to take care of authentication parameters yourself by using encrypted variables or options like --depth 1 for a shallow clone.

If you keep the connection between build and only omit the source code checkout task you can still use the URL of the repository like this:

git clone ${bamboo.planRepository.repositoryUrl}

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