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How to update the Bamboo BAMBOO-SSH-PROXY: after moving your Bitbucket instance Edited

Before all this started Bamboo was configured correctly and working.

Our Bitbucket instance has been moved to a different server with a DNS entry and IP address.

I have re-linked the repositories  but when I try to build I get and error and see the following line in the log file, still referencing the old Bitbucket address. Is there something I missed modifying in Bamboo that needs to be updated to reflect this new address?

BAMBOO-SSH-PROXY: [SSH proxy tried to connect to []: and failed due to the following error: [Error while opening SSH session]: org.apache.sshd.common.RuntimeSshException: Failed to get the session.]
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.  should read

Is the BAMBOO-SSH_PROXY info stored in a file on the Bamboo server?

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Foong Atlassian Team Mar 04, 2019

Is Bitbucket Server using the hostname ""?

If the hostname have been changed, is the Base URL or SSH Base URL updated at Bitbucket Server Administration > Settings > Server settings ? After updating this setting, all the Bitbucket Server repositories in Bamboo have to be re-saved again.

Thanks, yes the Host name was changed to be correct and I re-saved the repos. That did not work.

What solved the issue was manually removing the cache folder and restarting Bamboo.

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