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I am attempting to setup a GitServer in order to connect our Crucible/Fisheye tools to a PlasticSCM Repository. I have attempted to follow the steps outlined in Git Server Configuration and Sample Git Server Session.

I do not have an existing Git repository that I am attempting to sync on both sides. I only want to provide the export capability from PlasticSCM so that Fisheye/Crucible think they are dealing with a Git repository.

I am currently running PlasticSCM on CentOS 7, git version 2.16.5, Fisheye/Crucible 4.6.0

Here is what I have so far:


#port configuration

#mapping storage - the mappings between git and plastic objects

#mapping interval - how often GitServer looks for new changes
# on the PlasticSCM side to make them available to git

I have restarted the PlasticSCM Server

[root@gittest /] cd /opt/plasticscm5/server
[root@gittest server]# plasticsd stop
Stopping the Plastic SCM server:                                     OK
[root@gittest server]# plasticsd start
Starting the Plastic SCM server:                                     OK

I have a valid PlasticSCM Sandbox Repository

[root@gittest git]# cd /git
[root@gittest git]# cm repository

However executing the command to clone the Sandbox repository fails

[root@gittest git]# cd /git
[root@gittest git]# git clone git://localhost/Sandbox
Cloning into 'Sandbox'...
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.


What are the next steps for troubleshooting this issue?


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Looking at the debug logs indicated that the folder permissions, which were created by root, where not allowing the plasticscm user to access them. I've changed the ownership of the /git/mappings folder and the process appears to be working as expected. I will update this thread if I run into another issue during the Fisheye integration process.

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