Issue #7052 resolved

Static hosted repositories with an underscore (_) in the username result in 500 error

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Comments (19)

  1. Nicolas Venegas

    This bug has started occurring in the past week after we upgrade Django on our servers: it does stricter Host validation on HTTP requests (evidently disallowing underscores) which is why these URLs are 500ing.

  2. sergey_fetiskin

    Well, I've figured it out. First of all, you need to rename both your account AND you repo. So, if you have my_account and your new names will be myaccount and This will return web access to you repository

    After that you have to update all your local repos to new origin url (because username was changed). Check this topic how to do it

    Good luck!

  3. LoRd MuldeR

    Please make it work again under "old" URL (domain name), because the software is already deployed on thousands of computers and checking exactly that URL for updates. I don't have a time-machine to change the URL in already deployed software, so the old URL must be restored. It's super dumper important for me. If underscore is not allowed in domain names, it shouldn't have been allowed from the beginning. But it was and it was working just fine until recently. Please just restore the old behavior ;-)

    Thank you!

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