How do I connect to a remote Mercurial repository?
It works if the repository is placed locally on my PC as "C:\Mercurial\xxx"
The path is e.g. "R:\Mercurial\xxx" and
I have also tried with "\\sbs2011\filedata\Mercurial\xxx"
I assume it has something to do with mapping network drives or missing "\\".
When testing I get the following:
Error testing connection.
Non-zero exit code: 255
There's a document describing an error that follow the error code you are getting, please check it at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHKB/Unable+to+Pull+Mercurial+Repository+With+Error%3A+SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE%3A+certificate+verify+failed.
Without further details from your logs I can't say for sure at which point the indexing is failing, but since you mentioned you're trying to connect to a remote repository, I think it's possible you're running into the issue described by the document above.
You may check at the
atlassian-fisheye-<date>.log located under the
FISHEYE_INST/var/log directory for more details when this error occurs.
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