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Getting "Remote SCP command had error: scp: /home/*******/public_html/dev.**********.com/**********/runtime: set times: Operation not permitted" What is this?

Im getting this error when I try to deploy to the server. Everything in my build process works great until the deployment step which I am using SCP in order to copy the artifacts over to the server. Any light someone can shed on this would be great! I have googled it many times with no luck thus far.

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Hello Alan,

Thank you for your question.

Could you please go to the Build Working Directory and attempt on running the SCP command manually? Please, let us know if you are able to copy those files successfully.

If you open the build log generated from the build you have run. Its second line will display the Build Working Directory.

bamboo.buildLog.png

simple	12-Jun-2015 11:15:19	Build PROJECT - PLAN - Default Job #1 ([PROJECT_KEY]-[PLAN_KEY]-JOB1-1) started building on agent Default Agent
simple	12-Jun-2015 11:15:19	Build working directory is /<bamboo-home>/xml-data/build-dir/[PROJECT_KEY]-[PLAN_KEY]-JOB1

 

Kind regards,
Rafael P. Sperafico
Atlassian Support

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