The git plugin switched from using .gitcredentials to using GIT_ASKPASS
with the git plugin 3.0 release (and the git client plugin 2.0 release).
That change was needed so that we could support authenticated submodules.
If you're willing to explore, you could download the older plugin versions (git
<https://updates.jenkins-ci.org/download/plugins/git/2.6.0/git.hpi> and git
client plugin 1.21.0
and use the advanced tab in the plugin manager to install them.
The timeout in the plugin might be because command line git is waiting for
ssh to satisfy the prompt. However, since you're using https, it should
not be invoking the ssh authentication. Are you absolutely certain that
you created a username and password credential rather than an ssh private
key based credential?
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 7:48 PM Hung <hung.ngu...@voltage-ent.com> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Thank for for your reply and help. I tried the public repo and I was able
> to download just find. So it does look like it is the credentials. My
> environment block ssh incoming and out going so I can't use ssh as a way to
> access the private repo.
> I am currently using username and password in the configuration. That
> to not be working here. Any clues? Is there a pluggin I am not using
> correctly? I have a Centos machine that was previously setup on a Jenkin
> that works have these differences.
> I am seeing this in the console output, "using GIT_ASKPASS to set
> credentials", while the Centos one we have this, "using .gitcredentials to
> set credentials"
> I was searching the net and saw documentation on GIT_ASKPASS require input
> from users, could it be timing out because it is not passing the data to
> How can I setup my Jenkins to use .gitcredentials instead of GIT_ASKPASS?
> Thanks again for any help.
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