When I create a new repository I frequently get "a database error has occurred".
If I retry this error disappears after the 2nd or 3rd try.
Why doesn't it work the first time ?
Where can I see what is really wrong with the database ?
In our case it turned out there were database issues in our installation. My user record was created before Active Directory LDAP integration was set-up and I used the same userid as my AD account. This caused some kind of mix-up that led to the "database error" messages.
The issue was solved with the help of Atlassian support.
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