After routine Fetches and Pushes earlier this week; yesterday, I was no longer able to Fetch. I tried several times over the course of the day, re-entering my password many times.
This morning, still unable to Fetch, I logged onto Bitbucket to ensure there would be no conflicts if I tried Pushing two Commits instead. When I did so I received the following:
git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false --no-optional-locks push -v --tags origin master:master
fatal: TaskCanceledException encountered.
A task was canceled.
I only cancelled the interminable failed Fetches from yesterday and this morning as well as the Push after seeing the full output above.
I'll still a newbie at Bitbucket, but I'm much more relaxed now. I'm using Sourcetree version, 184.108.40.206. Your guidance is greatly appreciated; I was last rescued by Atlassian Support on 10 August last month, BBS-85316.
Hi Michael, Thanks for the reply. I realize there was a big Sourcetree change taking place when I posted my question on Friday; I felt I could wait a week or two before my problem would become critical. I was ready to start reloading applications when everything started working again.
Your recommendation - installing Git 2.19 and switching Sourcetree to use it as a System Git install - is at the top of my to-do list if my problem returns.
It's a week later. I had additional problems so I installed Bittbucket 2.19. How do I make it my system GIT install? The Sourcetree Tools/Options/Git tab shows the System Git version is 2.19.1. I checked the “Allow Sourcetree to manage my credentials via the Credential Manager’ box. I have the credential manager open elsewhere, but I have no existing or new Bitbucket credentials. Now when I tried to Fetch I get many repetitions of:
fatal: ArgumentException encountered.
An item with the same key has already been added.
remote: Invalid username or password
fatal: Authentication failed for 'https://bitbucket.org/...'
(I added the '...'). I tried Fetching again with the credential manager box unchecked. No change. I tried rebooting and restarting with no joy. Any assistance is appreciated.
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