Another "conq: repository access denied." issue
I noticed there are quite some posts on the subject already, but none seem to adequately describe my problem.
We, as an organisation, host the code of a couple of our projects here on bitbucket. For one of these projects, we have a Continuous Integration server, that pulls in the code on every commit. Since a month or two, suddenly all builds began to fail with the message: "conq: repository access denied."
Logging in to this machine, and trying stuff like "git ls-remote" to debug the problem, also issues this error. I (re)checked my ssh- and git configuration, like described by you guys in this and this document, and everything seems in order.
Now comes the weirdest part: On the server I tried to clone the repo of the project in a temp folder. This failed with the same conq error again. Then I tried to clone the repo of another project we host here on bitbucket in the temp folder, and tada, that worked! This is quite strange, because I did not add the deployment key of the machine to that project at all.
So, somehow the server is able to successfully setup a ssh connection to bitbucket (it can clone repo's), so the ssh settings on the machine are probably correct, but for some specific repo's the connection fails. This conclusion seems correct, right?
I'm quite puzzled now, so any ideas or suggestions are highly appreciated!