Even tried to increase my buffer size more than 52428800, but still same error. This is a complete road block for me, any help would be appreciated. In my testing, this now works. Default is 1 MiB, which is sufficient for most requests. Can anyone please suggest me a solution. Mais le problème vient seulement de mon nouveau système.
If Apache is looking at the wrong. Delta compression using up to 8 threads. All other operations against git. You might be interested to know that Basic authentication just passes your username and password as base64 encoded text in the request headers. It's likely related to the password for user3 in the htpasswd file being incorrect. Shell access is disabled Stil nothing - when trying to push even just a test commit of only a few lines , I get the following error: conq: repository access denied. J'ai même essayé d'augmenter ma taille de tampon de plus de 52428800, mais toujours la même erreur.
. Hi, I need to thank you. The reason that an Apache. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. Delta compression using up to 8 threads. I should've been more clear and said that we'd addressed the 411 error code initially with the http.
In my testing, this now works. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. All the libraries and utilities git for windows uses are created using these release. J'utilise git-cola pour pousser et tirer mon code et j'ai pu m'engager et pousser mes modifications avec succès. Our dev is unavailable, but I'm assuming it'll work for him as well.
Then rebuild git and it will link against the newly built curl libs. That is trivially decodable so you may like to change your password now. I would say this is now a server issue - it looks like the proxy authentication is working ok now. Edit 2: On a whim, I changed the relevant line of our git app's. Normally, these two AuthUserFile lines are the same, so this problem is not encountered.
You can use git or hg to connect to Bitbucket. This may not be the answer you are looking for, but my corporate proxy silently fails commits or other uploads to github. The only solution was to create patches and email them out of the network. I have to work on a Windows 7 64 bits workstation. J'ai installé git de la version 1. If not I suggest trying to get curl working on its own first and then seeing if git can work the same way. Delta compression using up to 2 threads.
And include uppercase and non-alphanumerics in it too. Looks more like an idea or user problem? Here's the full details of the commit that's failing. I have installed git of version 1. We have also not had any reports of this in the time our change has been deployed. The ssl support is provided by the openssl libraries.
Parce que, même maintenant j'ai réussi, quand j'ai poussé le code de l'espace de travail de mon ancien système avec le même mot de passe! Afterthat switched back to ssh and now commits are pushed fine. Regarding the original issue: If the passwords are correct, small commits work for both users, and large commits are working for user1 but not user3, then it seems like some client-side issue. I fixed this problem deleting my tfs password from Windows Credential Manager through Control Panel. So we're at our wits' end. Now I was able to push my code successfully. Our dev is unavailable, but I'm assuming it'll work for him as well. Quelqu'un peut-il svp me suggérer une solution.
We did commit recently another update to curl 7. So now I'm curious why git would care where I put my htpasswd file. We need more information to be able to troubleshoot and reproduce this issue. Because, even now I was successful, when I push workspace code from my old system with the same password! I am using git-cola to push and pull my code and I was able to commit and push my changes successfully. This also explains why it is working for user1 but not user3.