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BitBucket returns "You are not currently licensed to use BitBucket" on Git LFS push Edited

1. Attempting to run git push with LFS content over HTTPS returns

Authentication required: Authorization error:
Check that you have proper access to the repository

error: failed to push some refs to ''

2. When executed with set GIT_TRACE=1 I see following error codes:

23:11:51.075721 trace git-lfs: tq: starting transfer adapter "basic"
23:11:51.076719 trace git-lfs: HTTP: PUT
23:11:51.241317 trace git-lfs: HTTP: 401B | 34 KB/s
23:11:51.241317 trace git-lfs: HTTP: {"errors":[{"context":null,"message":"You are not currently licensed to use Bitbucket.\nPlease contact your administrator to resolve this issue.","exceptionName":"com.atlassian.bitbucket.auth.InactiveUserAuthenticationException"}]}

3. The BitBucket is under reverse proxy of Apache2 over SSL. Pushing without LFS data works just fine

If you need any more information I'll be glad to provide them

Version: Bitbucket v6.10.0




I find it a bit rude to mark as SPAM when this is actual issue (especially as you don't allow direct contact for us - starter users)


The solution, if anyone come here from Google:

 - after updating BitBucket, the cert profiles will not be moved automatically. I had missed root CA for my SSL, therefore the SSL was "untrusted" by the BitBucket. The solution is to move cert files manually into jre/security/cacert


Still, the error message is misleading...

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