I have a new Stash server set up running on HTTPS, have Sourcetree installed, and when I try to clone a repository over SSH, I get this error from Sourcetree:
"This is not a valid source path / URL"
URL is formatted like so: https://email@example.com/scm/project/repo.git
If I use SSH to pull the repo, it works fine.
SSH URL is formatted like so: ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:7999/project/repo.git
Can anyone point me at where to start looking at this problem? Only thing I can think of is something with Apache and mod_proxy not playing nice with Sourcetree.
If your SSH URL is specifying a port explicitly, is your HTTPS site configured for a specific port also? If so, perhaps specify that so your URL is https://email@example.com:7999/scm/project/repo.git?
Stash is running on it's default port 7990, and I followed your documentation about using mod_proxy with apache to serve that externally to HTTPS/443.
The URL I linked above is a cleaned up version of what comes straight out of the Stash interface when you click the Clone button. The majority of our devs work from home, or outside the firewall. I'd prefer to only open HTTPS/443 and that 7999 SSH port if possible.
After doing some further digging on my own, I believe the problem to be related to the version of OpenSSL installed on my server (1.0.1) and the version of OpenSSL supported by Curl which gets installed with SourceTree.
If I run git clone https://firstname.lastname@example.org/scm/project/repo.git I get this response:
Cloning into 'testing'...
error: error:14077458:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:reason(1112) while accessinghttps://email@example.com/scm/project/repo.git/info/refs?service=git-upload-pack
fatal: HTTP request failed
A quick Google search returns various complaints around this related to OpenSSL, Curl, and version differences between client and server.
Just in case this help someone else:
I also could not push/pull/clone to our stash server from a rhel client using git over https. The repository was correctly setup and working but I mostly use SSH keys so I never had to push over https before but had no idea why it wasn't working. In my case I'm on a RedHat linux 6.x system using command line git.
If you are using the git 1.7.1 that yum would provide in RHEL/CentOS 6 (I was using 1.7.1-3.el6_4.1) you cannot do git push/pull on https and passing the password either on the command line or in the url (refused to try the abborant .netrc file).
I removed the yum provided git and git-perl and grabbed a newer one. This was just like I had to do when I built stash on a different RHER6 server. I used rpmforge 1.7.10 x86_64 rpm's for git and git-perl which solved the push via https issue.
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