Setting up SSH connection

Hello, i've successfully installed Bitbucket Server 4.10 behind nginx. Now i have issues while cloning/pushing repos from my local server. Everytime i do that i am asked for a password. What's wrong?

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Hello Alexander,

Thank you for your inquire.

Well done on installing Bitbucket Server behind nginx.

Regarding on the password request, one possible cause could be you are not adding the ssh protocol to the git clone command:

git clone git@localhost:7999/proj/repository.git (causing password request)
git clone ssh://git@localhost:7999/proj/repository.git (suggestion)

Also, you could try to run the following from Terminal as this will provide you with DEBUG information during Clone command.

GIT_SSH_COMMAND="ssh -vvv" git clone ssh://git@localhost:7999/proj/repository.git

Kind regards,
Rafael P. Sperafico

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