Git was not found on the PATH for Bitbucket. Install Git 1.8.0+, excluding 18.104.22.168, 2.0.2, 2.0.3, and restart Bitbucket.
Since we are running rhel 6.5 I have to install git from source
I installed version 2.5.0 in a different directory other than /usr/bin/
Do I need to symlink this or move it or what?
One approach to solve this is to tell Bitbucket Server exactly where your Git binary is. You can do this by setting the following property in your bitbucket.properties file (use your path in place of the example):
If you do not have an existing bitbucket.properties file (you will if you have configured an external database), it can be created in the shared folder of your Bitbucket Server home directory.
More information on the bitbucket.properties file can be found here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BitbucketServer/Bitbucket+Server+config+properties
This sounds like some issue related to variables from your Linux. Check if your linux is looking for the version 2.5.0 or an older one. Try this:
If this doesn't returns the git from your /usr/bin, then probably your OS is looking for an older version. You probably has a broken symbolic link. If is the case, you can re-do the symbolic likn to point to the new git version or fix that into your path environment.
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