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Pipelines: git push gives warning: Your account does not have an email address associated with it

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We use Bitbucket Pipelines.

We have some release process defined in Pipelines. In this step we create a new git tag and do finally a "git push origin <my-tag-name>".

It works so far, but in the Pipelines console log I see the following Warning message:

remote: Your account does not have an email address associated with it
remote: Please set one by visiting ....

 How can I get rid of this message? Or what's the issue producing this warning?

Thanks for help!

3 answers

Any updates on this? I am having a similar issue.

I have the same problem when I work with a repository that is in my workspace

Same for me. Any solution?

I get the same warning while using OAuth consumer. In my case it's likely being caused by not having an actual Bitbucket user associated with the email that I set with git config before I can write to the repo.
This might be helped by having dedicated bot users, so please vote on this request: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BCLOUD-11739.
Alternatively, can have emails associated with OAuth consumers.

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