Dear Bamboo experts,
I have a Bamboo build plan that uses git submodules . The build is failing with a message as follows . The problem seems to be that bamboo agent is trying to clone submodules from local cache and clone is failing because that operation needs a password . See log below
Already on 'dev/mainrepo' simple 27-May-2019 12:32:10 /usr/bin/git remote set-url origin ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:41106/project/mainrepo.git simple 27-May-2019 12:32:10 /usr/bin/git submodule update --init --recursive simple 27-May-2019 12:32:11 Cloning into 'submodule1'... simple 27-May-2019 12:32:11 Warning: Permanently added '[127.0.0.2]:41106' (RSA) to the list of known hosts. simple 27-May-2019 12:32:11 Permission denied (password). simple 27-May-2019 12:32:11 fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
If I try to do the same operation from agent command line I see following message which tells me that the passwordless auth is NOT set-up for my local cache.
git submodule update --init --recursive
Cloning into '/home/bamboo/bamboo-agent-home/xml-data/build-dir/BUILDNAME/submodule1'...
Please note that my bamboo agent account ssh key is already uploaded to bitbucket and if I try to checkout and do submodule update from the git repository on bitbucket everything works fine ( without prompting me for password). It asks me for password though when I run the build from bamboo because then it tries to clone from local cache on agent
Does someone know the way I can set-up passwordless auth for bamboo local cache.
Alternatively I am okay to turn off the caching.
I tried to turn off caching from Bamboo gui by un-checking the checkbox for caching repositories. However Bamboo seems to cache regardless of the checkbox if submodules are involved
I read https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-18265 -- still trying to figure what I could do though
Thank you for sharing a detailed problem description. That is very helpful.
Can you confirm you are using the Git repository type and not Bitbucket one to configure your source repository in Bamboo?
The Git option should be able to use the submodules with your local SSH keys if the option [x]Use submodules is checked in the repository advanced options configuration.
You will keep using the Bitbucket source repository, but in Bamboo side, you will use a different method for linking the repository. Instead of using the Bitbucket linking you will use the Git one as shown below:
More details on how to configure can be found here: Git - Atlassian Documentation.
Let me know if you have other questions in the meantime.
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