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We have a directory in one repo that after upgrade to Bitbucket version 8.4.1 is unreadable. A popup saying An error occurred.
There are nothing in the Bitbucket loggs when this occurres. There is an entry in the nginx log with https code 204.
The first thing I did was to clone the repository. Not a problem. Then I pushed it to a newly created repo on out test server running version 7.21.4. Here there are no problems with viewing the directories and files. So I created a new repo in a Sanbox project on our production server and pushed the repo. Same problem as in the original repo.
So its time to jump to a conclusion. Somthing has happende between 7.21.4 and 8.4.1 that makes our directory and files unreadable.
Next thing to try is to rename the directory. The original name was creone-http-time-sync. I changed that to creone-sync. Now it is possible to view the directory in Bitbucket. But all of the files containt http-time gives the above error. Removing the sting http-time from the filenames makes them readable.
So I added http-time to another directory in the repo. Once again I get the error when trying to open the directory in Bibtucket.
From these limited test I would say that Bibucket cannot handle the sting http-time in a directory or filename. Why would that be? Is there a configuration to change to allow the filenames? Anyone alse experienced this issue?