I've just updated to Stash 3.2 and the External Hooks add-on seems not be working properly. This seems to be caused by change directory structure in Stash 3.2 (repositories directory was moved, creating symlink in original location might be a hotfix)
2014-08-02 13:53:29,118 ERROR [AtlassianEvent::thread-7] petr.hlavka @13JQQZ1x833x2094x1 10.6.135.66,127.0.0.1 "POST /scm/test/repo1.git/git-receive-pack HTTP/1.0" c.n.s.e.hook.ExternalPreReceiveHook Error running [/home/stash/hook-scripts/test.sh, ] in /home/stash/stash-home/data/repositories/81 java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/home/stash/hook-scripts/test.sh" (in directory "/home/stash/stash-home/data/repositories/81"): error=2, No such file or directory
The test.sh file exists and it's executable. The /home/stash/stash-home/data/repositories/81 directory doesn't exists. Repo data is now in /home/stash/stash-home/shared/data/repositories/81.
It sounds like you've run into a known incompatibility: https://github.com/ngsru/atlassian-external-hooks/issues/10
The author has indicated that it was fixed in version 1.3-9, which has been published on the Atlassian Marketplace. I'd try upgrading the add-on and seeing if you can reproduce the issue. If you have further problems I'd raise an issue on the Github repository above, the author seems to be very responsive.
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