I see the error message described in the subject, and shown here, with a configuration which is Bitbucket behind a reverse proxy.
Please note this article does not resolve my question.
My configuration is as described for #2, a similar configuration works without errors for my JIRA and Confluence instances.
The only thing I would note with regards to my installation is the file
$BITBUCKET_HOME/shared/server.xml does not exist for my default intallation - instead I seem to have
I had the same problem and discovered what was wrong after some hours ...
BITBUCKET_HOME is the data directory (with "plugins", "caches", ...) not the installation directory (with "webapps", "work", ...)
The default value of BITBUCKET_HOME on linux seems to be "/var/atlassian/application-data/bitbucket".
They seem to recommend this in server.xml:
however, when using a mod-proxy every other tomcat/Atlassian application recommends to turn http compression off. Not sure if the manual on this topic is actually correct, you might want to try
The experts are arguing over it here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2767211/can-you-use-gzip-over-ssl-and-connection-keep-alive-headers
I am having the exact same issue. I was able to resolve this issue in confluence and jira, but I have spent a couple hours trying different configurations in Apache and bitbucket and nothing seems to work, i tried service-restarting even rebooting, nothing.
I am running Ubuntu 16, mysql5.6, bitbucket 4.6.5
My server file is here too (Strangely because it doesn't match the docs):
Have you had any luck, Richard?
I'm probably not knowledgeable enough to answer your question, but I just wanted to point out you didn't actually ask one. It would be good to explicitly define the problem you're having that that document didn't solve so others have enough context to help you out.
Also if you need more hands-on help and you don't find an answer here or in our docs, don't hesitate to open a support ticket at support.atlassian.com
Are you, perchance, using nginx as the reverse proxy?
If so, have a look at https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/securing-bitbucket-server-behind-nginx-using-ssl-776640112.html - if not, take note of the following stanzas anyway:
proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
Adding those two to the others that I had already solved it for me
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