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Andreycas
@andreyc:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, team i need help, please i want to update the version of gitbucket from 4.12.1 to the latest version that i'm not wrong is the 4.37.2 but i have not succeeded because there are many differences in the versions and as a requirement i have that neither the repositories nor the data in the h2 database are lost. how can i do it? I appreciate your help. is there any guide to do this version update without dying in the attempt?
Al Ponte
@agponte
When trying to clone our large repo we get a timeout that states: java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException: Idle timeout expired: 30000/30000 ms
We've tried configuring upload_timeout but still get the same message.
Anyone have any ideas?
Giang
@giangduong

Hello eveyone.
I need your help. I am trying to upgrade my gitbucket server. I clone the latest code from github (gitbucket version 4.37.2). And then build executable file. Replace the old gitbucket.war with the new one. Everything is working fine until i am trying to access a repo. It got "Internal server error" error. The log shows this "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: gitbucket/core/model/ActivityComponent".

My dev environment: openJDK 1.8, sbt 1.6, Scala 2.13.8.

Anyone have any ideas? I appreciate your help.

Giang
@giangduong
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I checked source code from github and see that you have drop ActivityComponent.
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
@giangduong Deletion of ActivityComponent gitbucket/gitbucket@bd06e6d is not included in 4.37.2. If you use the latest master that ActivityComponent has already been deleted, some plugins would need to be rebuilt because even if it's deleted on GitBucket, those plugins have implicit references to it.
Giang
@giangduong

@giangduong Deletion of ActivityComponent gitbucket/gitbucket@bd06e6d is not included in 4.37.2. If you use the latest master that ActivityComponent has already been deleted, some plugins would need to be rebuilt because even if it's deleted on GitBucket, those plugins have implicit references to it.

Hi @takezoe . Yes, you are right. It is the latest master, 4.38.

Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
@giangduong Yeah, rebuilding plugins for the new version of GitBucket requires installing gitbucket.jar to Maven repository but the latest master (= 4.38.0) is not ready to release yet. Please use 4.37.2 for now.
shajan p
@shajanprince:matrix.org
[m]
How to install gitbucket(4.9.0)backup plugin in rocky linux
shajan p
@shajanprince:matrix.org
[m]

Hi everyone.

please help to install backup plugin for gitbucket(4.9.0) in rocky linux

Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
@shajanprince:matrix.org Is this plugin? https://github.com/jyuch/gitbucket-backup-plugin GitBucket plugin has supported GitBucket versions and this plugin doesn't seem to support such old version of GitBucket unfortunately.
shajan p
@shajanprince:matrix.org
[m]
Thank you
xogium
@xogium
can one host a wiki for a project on gitbucket without hosting the project itself on gitbucket ? That is, make a repo that would contain actual wiki pages and have it displayed properly ?
xogium
@xogium
hmm
not being able to delete a wiki page, does that ring any bell ?
I click delete page, click ok, and yet the page still shows up
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
GitBucket's wiki is just another git repo so it would work if you import wiki pages (Markdown files) to wiki repository on GitBucket. Isn't this what you want to do?

I click delete page, click ok, and yet the page still shows up

This might be a bug.

xogium
@xogium
hmm. I wanted to create just a wiki, kind of use gitbucket as a external wiki source
but in the end we ended up ditching github for the project and using gitbucket for the whole thing
I find gh way too restrictive on what you can and can't do with private repos unless you pay
I also updated the gitbucket instance, I thought I had the very latest version but nop. Looks like my version was almost one year and a half old
that might explain the wiki issues :D
Raquel Pau
@rpau
Hi there, is there any utility to migrate/sync your GitHub stuff in Gitbucket? based on for instance webhooks
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Adrian A.
@aadrian
@takezoe regarding gitbucket/gitbucket.github.io#9 - would a demo hosting be interesting to us if thte hosting would also take care of the maintenance of the demo for us? I suppose most companies that would host our demos, would want to put in the footer something like "hosted on XXX".
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gamie
@gamie
Hello everyone, Been trying to look for a solution for authentication using LDAP thru Active Directory. I just want to ask if there's a way that Gitbucket would work that won't require a bind password?
JanneK
@JanneKro
I'm trying to understand how to enable ssh access with the docker image. I've installed it to a NAS and use bridging, so I don't think I need any port mappings (8080 goes through just fine without any mappings, for example). But in the admin menu, under "integrations" there is a "enable SSH access to git repository" with the fields: "SSH bind host", "SSH bind port", "SSH public host" and "SSH public port", and I don't know what I should put here. Neither host or port. Default ssh port, or the default "git" port? Also, no sshd is running/installed in the docker image. Is that how it should be ... ?
JanneK
@JanneKro
I found the wiki and solved my issue. Works now. Although the instructions/image does not show all the fields that I mentioned above. localhost & my public host worked just fine, though
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
@JanneKro Bind host / port are mandatory. They have to be actual address of the server. Public host / port are optional. They have to be configured only if different address is used due to reverse proxy, etc.
JanneK
@JanneKro
@takezoe ok. But as a heads up to whoever maintains the page, the image/text should probably be updated on the wiki. : )
Nik m
@mazurovn
Hello everyone, Can i open bpmn files (like Draw.io) on gitbucket ? gitbucket-drawio-plugin work fine, but we need work with camunda and .bpmn files :) Thank you for answer.
Nik m
@mazurovn
Hello everyone , It was very great if somebody creat bpmn.io plugin. A lot of happy people say - Thank you ! ^)
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
Released GitBucket 4.38.3. Some bugs around multiple assignees in issues and pull requests introduced in 4.38 have been fixed: https://github.com/gitbucket/gitbucket/releases/tag/4.38.3
TLCD96
@tlcd96
sorry everyone about the edits in activity (gitbucket/gitbucket#3183), I was specifing things for tomcat9, that might be helpfull for tomcat9 wiki docs AND also the way to debug using tomcat (in general)
TLCD96
@tlcd96
Updated wiki, to reflect new information discovered for deployment and debug. in regard to tomcat8 and 9
gsal
@gsal
Hi, super, super new to GitBucket. Just downloaded and installed, created an account, a repo, cloned the repo, made a change, now it won't push back....what's missing?
gsal
@gsal
When I do git push -u origin main, a popup comes up asking for the user for http://myserver.net:8080; so, what user name shall I provide here? The user running GitBucket? or user name for MY GitBucket account? I have tried both; after that, another pop up comes up asking for the password....no matter which username I use, it is not working.
Oh, wait, just found the right combination of user and password.
gsal
@gsal
Now, how do I make it so that it does not bother me with such password? I am looking into SSH settings and I see 4 entries SSH bind host/port and SSH public host/port....don't know what to answer here.
JanneK
@JanneKro
@gsal In the user's own settings, you can add public ssh-keys
(if you have setup ssh already)
I found the answers on the wiki-page when I did it
gsal
@gsal
Hi, @JanneK, thanks for that.
I did see that page before, but it is outdated;
the current page does not show just one SSH host and one SSH port;
instead, it's got two for each: SSH bind host, SSH bind port, SSH public host, SSH public port....and not being a web developer or anything like that, I just did not know what to put in there; thankfully, I saw something somewhere online, that gave me a hint and attempted to fill something, then some defaults kicked in...this is what I now have and it works:
Base URL: http://myserver.net:8080
SSH host:myserver.net
SSH port:29418
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Steve B
@steveb85
hey all, any plans to upgrade the login options? a lot of applications are doing away with passwords, and i'm pushing my team to update passwords monthly, but perhaps adding multi-factor or webauthn would be a nice feature, also, in line with this, has anyone set up ssh access over 443 with a different host running as a reverse proxy? I've kept 443 as the only open port on the server but using ssh keys would be nice... thinking outloud! thanks
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aliselm
@aliselm:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, everyone. I encountered some problems when configuring SSH access. I would like my repositories to be accessed by the URL format as follows: git@<domain-name>:<username>/<repo-name>.git, just like GitHub or GitLab. For example, git@my-example-domain.com:JohnDoe/gitbucket.git. However, GitBucket saves the repositories in ~/.gitbucket/repositories/<username> on the server side by default, and there seems to be no way to change SSH's "home directory". That means currently I can only access my repositories with URLs like git@my-example-domain.com:~/.gitbucket/repositories/<username>/<repo-name>.git. How do I configure GitBucket or SSH so that I can use the URL format I want? Is there a conventional way to resolve this?
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xogium
@xogium
hmm... Would it be possible to make the commit logs link more obvious ? Currently as a blind user all one can hear is the number of commits as a link, so if you never think of clicking on it you never realize there is a complete history
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which... I admit, I just learned literally 5 minutes ago