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I can't see BB-9116, but guessing from the name, ditto.
I suspect that the issue is stemming from our version of Mercurial -- a possible upgrade would fix this
Issue #10356 was marked as a duplicate of this issue.
Same problem here.
I have a Mercurial repository: https://bitbucket.org/sietsebb/dotfiles/commits/all
I want to strip commit 178c2bf, a head commit on my default branch.
When I go to my settings to strip it, I get a "Strip complete" message.
When I then go to another page, I get an error message: "There was an error while executing the strip task." The commit I wanted to strip is still there.
Expected behaviour is that the strip will succeed.
Today had the same problem.
Thanks to technical support for a manual strip of changeset
Strip functionality seems to work again. I just followed the same steps as above (Settings > Strip changesets > enter the changeset id), and the strip completed successfully.
So: if you repaired this, many thanks for repairing it. If you did not, then good luck finding the cause of the bug. :-) Cheers!
I recently stripped a changeset but was not offered the dialog to download a backup of the stripped changeset.
I did get that dialog at the time of my previous comment (2015-11-11), so your bug may be a new bug.