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Connectivity issues while connecting with bitbucket

HI Team,

 

We are seeing continues timeouts while pushing from our jenkins to bitbucket. This is causing lot of issues and blocking our releases. Please let us know the solution to overcome the same.

Error:

Fatal error: Can not push to origin:
To ssh://git@bitbucket.org/belk_ecom/xxxxxx.git
45909f0..a098d4d feature-mtl -> feature-xxxxx
packet_write_wait: Connection to 104.192.141.1 port 22: Broken pipe
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

 

Regards,

Manikanta A

1 answer

No, I think this is a Bitbucket issue, specifically with the server at 104.192.141.1.

Every time I do a git pull via SSH and get that IP address, it fails. I have many different machines pulling from it, in different locations and running different OSes. They all fail with that server, doesn't matter which of my machines it is. No other server in your bank of servers gives me a broken pipe error, and its been going on for weeks.

I only found this post because I googled the IP address.

Can someone over there take a look at this server and see what is going on?

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