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Error creating linked repository (could not check if existing access key is valid)

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Hello,

I'm getting an error when trying to create a linked repository. The error is as follows:

  • Could not check if existing access key is valid: io.atlassian.util.concurrent.LazyReference$initializationException: java.lang.InternalError: Unexpected CryptoAPI failure generating seed

The steps I've done:

  1. Bamboo administration -> build resources -> linked repositories
  2. Filled in the stuff (setup two servers the same here so fairly confident the form is right at least.)
  3. Save

Some other notes that might be relevant:

  • We did recently update Bamboo on all our machines to the latest version, though it's interesting that only this one server has this problem so not sure if this is relevant.
  • Our Bamboo is connected to Bitbucket, which is also connected to JIRA.
  • I tried other things in the linked repositories form, such as different names, different branches, projects, etc. All give the same error message.

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