Yup, I agree that SSL being involved is odd.
A 'netstat -ano' doesn't list any process on 9419. Also, when I down the
git daemon, a telnet to localhost:9419 fails so I don't believe anything
else is listening on that port. A similar telnet works of course when the
git daemon is running.
Also interesting is that the same clone works when I run it under cygwin!
On Tuesday, June 10, 2014 4:15:23 AM UTC-4, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen wrote:
> On Monday, June 9, 2014 9:52:44 PM UTC+2, Clinton Parham wrote:
>> Hello git users,
>> I'm trying to run a git server on my Windows 7 workstation. I've
>> downloaded the Windows installer from http://git-scm.com/downloads and
>> I'm able to clone other repositories.
>> Now I want to allow others to clone my repositories. But when testing my
>> setup, I get these errors (both client and server are on the same box):
>> *Client side:*
>> F:\git>git clone git://localhost:9419/test.git test2
>> Cloning into 'test2'...
>> fatal: unable to access 'https://localhost:9419/test.git/': Unknown SSL
>> protocol error in connection to localhost:9419
> It strikes me as odd that it appears to clone over HTTPS, when you
> specified a git:// url.. To the best of my knowledge, cloning over git://
> (the Git protocol) has nothing to do with HTTPS, and by extension, should
> not involve SSL.
> Could it be that you are somehow running a HTTPS service on port 9419, and
> Git is falling back to use this as protocol? Check what process is using
> the port, kill the service, restart the daemon and try again.
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