The first thing that comes into my mind is that maybe SELinux is turned on
and the httpd daemon is not allowed to make outbound network connections.
Still, unfortunately, it is more like an OS than a Git problem.
On 17 Aug 2014 20:58, "Vaibhav Chauhan" <vaibhav....@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to clone a git repo when running git clone command when run
> as www-data, an apache user, it fails with* "**git clone -v
> /tmp/tempGit_1408125949.48' returned exit status 128: ssh: Could not
> resolve hostname git.blurdev.com <http://git.blurdev.com>: Name or service
> not known."*. As a matter of fact when I am running the same python
> script locally I am able to clone it flawlessly.
> Can someone take a look at the question at http://stackoverflow.com/
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