I am trying to move code into a Bitbucket repository.
When I do that in our non-prod environment, it works.
When running the command with correct ids, I get the below error
Bad owner or permissions on /export/home/bamboo/.ssh/config
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
What can be the error? What can I ask the admins to look at ( I don't have access to make any changes on the server ) to get this issue fixed?
Thanks for a quick response. That is what my search on the error indicated as well - but our solutions architects had a concern that if the current set-up is working for doing pulls from Bitbucket from a bamboo plan when performing builds, why do we need to change it for a command line pull request. Basically, I was asked to prove why is this needed. My reasoning behind it is / was - the Bamboo plan uses the mechanism provided by the Atlassian tools to do a pull and may have used a different mechanism that just wrapping the "git pull" command where as the commandline pull command is running in a different manner than the bamboo pull command.
Can someone help explain / clarify this for me?
I cannot tell the difference between a clone/pull from a bamboo plan and a clone/pull from commandLine with the user that runs Bamboo server, sorry.
And I find a bit odd to see admins reluctant to close down privs on a file that should never be seen by anyone else than its owner
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