is the issue the https part of the raw url mask?
On Saturday, July 12, 2014 4:55:20 PM UTC-7, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Git has no ability to fetch files remotely via the protocol, which is why
> the raw URL mask is used. However, this is only useful for certain
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> On July 12, 2014 at 4:52:54 PM, Guy Gascoigne-Piggford (
> We're beginning the switch over to a locally hosted Github Enterprise from
> bzr and I'm looking at configuring reviewboard to work with git. I've
> tried all sorts of permutations of the git repository settings but never
> get past a rather bland permission denied error. Is there any way to get
> more details about what's broken?
> Using reviewboard 1.7.25
> I've enabled debug logging in admin UI, but all I ever see are lines like:
> 2014-07-12 23:30:38,023 - DEBUG - - GitTool: Attempting ssh connection
> with host: github.hostname.com, username: git
> with no further details, no idea as to whether this worked or failed.
> My repository configuration is:
> repository type: Git
> path: g...@github.hidden.com:ggp/testProject.git
> mirrorPath: <blank>
> raw file mask: https://github.hidden.com/ggp/testProject/raw/
> username: <blank>
> password: <blank>
> I've tried innumerable permutations of this, most of them seeming to have
> zero effect.
> I have an ssh key installed, it appears to be correctly readable. It does
> match one that's installed in our github.
> The web server is running as user apache (on a Centos box), as apache I've
> been able to run:
> Which I think is successful. It outputs an exception because the Channel
> is closed, but the rbssh*.log file says that authentication was successful.
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG userauth is OK
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport INFO Authentication (publickey)
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG [chan 1] Max packet in: 34816 bytes
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG Debug msg: Forced command.
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG Debug msg: Port forwarding
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG Debug msg: X11 forwarding disabled.
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG Debug msg: Agent forwarding
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG Debug msg: Pty allocation disabled.
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG [chan 1] Max packet out: 32768
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport INFO Secsh channel 1 opened.
> 07-12 16:44 root DEBUG !!! Using PosixHandler
> 07-12 16:44 root DEBUG !!! Opening shell
> 07-12 16:44 paramiko.transport DEBUG [chan 1] EOF sent (1)
> /var/log/httpd/error_log isn't any more informative.
> I'm missing something, can someone point me in the right direction please?
> Thanks - Guy
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