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What to do with "server unreachable" only on specific files?

I have pull request with 9 files - 7 of them I can browse normally, for 2 (class and it's test) I get "Server unreachable" error.

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This question comes up when you google for this problem, so I thought it would be nice to add a possible solution. This was caused for us by an overeager ad-blocker, that only blocked files in an `analytics` directory. For these files we got the 'server unreachable' error, not for any others in the same repository. White-listing the bitbucket instance solved it for us. 

I came across this problem and it was due to the browser plugin: uBlockOrigin. If you have this, disable for your domain and you should be good.

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Hi Ewa,

This error usually means that something went wrong on the server side. Your best course of action would be to perform the action again and then to immediately check the <BitbucketHome>/log/atlassian-bitbucket.log file to see what underlying error occurs.

Cheers,

Christian

Premier Support Engineer

Atlassian

Could you please define <BitbucketHome>? Maybe I assumed bad because I have a 404 there. May be the case that I don't have permissions.

Hi Ewa,

<BitbucketHome> (and the entire location I quoted above) refers to the location of the Bitbucket home directory on the filesystem of the machine where Bitbucket Server is installed.

Cheers,

Christian
Premier Support Engineer

Atlassian

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