About a week ago, the building hosting our servers briefly lost power, causing the servers to reboot. On reboot, Atlassian evidently decided to upgrade BitBucket, and it no longer works. I cannot connect to the web client (for which we use port 7990), nor can I connect via
git (for which we use port 7999), though I can connect via
ssh using default settings (for which we use port 42043).
Here's the relevant portion from .ssh/config:
Host atlas user dci HostName <redacted> Port 42043 AddressFamily inet GSSAPIAuthentication no
Here's the ssh results:
▶ ssh atlas Welcome to Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.13.0-88-generic x86_64) * Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/ …
Here's the git results:
▶ git pull ssh: connect to host <redacted> port 7999: Connection refused fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists.
When trying to connect to
https://<redacted>:7990/projects, I get:
This site can’t be reached atlas.dependablecomputing.com refused to connect. Try: Checking the connection Checking the proxy and the firewall ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
Note, these errors manifested immediately after the server rebooted, and everything was working beforehand. We have a script that we have to manually run afterwards, and it initially gave error messages (see more here), but after doing a few
chmod commands, upgrading Ubuntu 14.04, and installing Java 8 (and rebooting/rerunning the post-reboot script after each event), all of those error messages went away. The primary problem, however (unable to to run git against the server), has remained.