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Has anyone received a "Peer’s Certificate issuer is not recognized" error?

I attempted to import a repo from a privately hosted GitLab repo to BitBucket. After supplying the https url to the repo and credentials, the import failed with 

Peer’s Certificate issuer is not recognized.

The GitLab cert is issued by DigiCert SHA2 Secure Server CA. 

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Hi ,

The error is expected with privately hosted SCM. The Gitlab URL should be accessible over the internet for the import to be successful. 

You can try to import the repository from command line by following the below instructions:

1) Create a new repository in Bitbucket Cloud

2) Clone the source git repo(from your GitLab server) with the --mirror option

3) Change the remote origin URL to the URL of the new Bitbucket Cloud repository

4) Push the complete repo to BitBucket Cloud using the "push -u origin --mirror" options

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