Is it possible to specify just path of the local repository like: "/home/git/repositoryName.git"
Since the main git repository and fisheye are running in the same server, it should be possible to do it without any authentication. Just system user fisheye must have permissions to access the git repository, right?
I've tried it several times, but with no luck so far.
Getting errors like:
Error testing connection.
Error talking to repository:
fatal: '/path/to/existing/repository.git' does not appear to be a git repository
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor620.invoke(Unknown Source)
The permissions are correct. Can anyone please tell me, what's causing this issue? Why the local git repository cannot be easily mapped via path?
We have a lot of projects and even more git repositories... It would much more comfortable if we don't have to create an ssh certificate for each repository instance in fisheye.
it definitely should be possible. What version of FishEye are you running? Make sure that the user the FishEye process is running as has the permissions to access the directory, that the git executable is set up, and runnable by the user. You could also try using a file:// url (file:///home/git/repo.git/). If that still fails please enable debug logging, try setting the repository again and request help at https://support.atlassian.com/
For your setup you might also find the FishEye Directory Scanner (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.fisheye.repositron) plugin useful - it allows automatically scanning and setting up all repositories in the given directory.
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