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Unable to connect fisheye to git repo on networked drive. Edited

Tried what seems like a 1001 connection settings but none of them work.

I have configured the git exe under server settings, so it's not that.

The docs seem to recommend something like file://<my server's hostname>/<dirs.> but this doesn't work.

I examined the git clone command being issued by fisheye. In fisheye it errors with ' Unable to clone remote repository: w:\AncientArmies - [Cloning …. does not appear to be a git repository fatal: Could not read from remote repository.'.

But when I issue the same command from the command line it works fine!

The user I'm logged in with has full admin permissions. Based on what I'm seeing above, this could be a bug in Fisheye.

The mapped drive is actually pointing to a shared drive on my NAS which is located on the same LAN.

Pretty much run out of ideas. Any pointers would be great thanks!

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Lucifer Atlassian Team Jul 03, 2018

Hi @Robert Pollard,

 

Could you reproduce the issue with the DEBUG mode and provide the error snippet?

 

Regards,

Baskar Annamalai.

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