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Re: fatal: Could not get current working directory: Permission denied | affected 2.10,2.11,2.12, but not 1.9.5 |




Am 06.03.2017 um 17:10 schrieb Zenobiusz Kunegunda:
OS: FreeBSD 10.3-STABLE

Story: I was trying to install openproject using this manual
https://www.openproject.org/open-source/download/manual-installation-guide/

 Everything was fine till command $ bundle install --deployment
--without postgres sqlite development test therubyracer docker

works witg git version: 1.9.5 ( branch from repo ) does not work with
git version: 2.10 ( branch from from repo ) 2.11 ( both from FreeBSD
and from git repository) 2.12 ( branch from repo )

On another server that passed but there was npm problem.

This is error for $ bundle install --deployment --without postgres
sqlite development test therubyracer docker

I suspect you might get better responses from the makers of bundler (http://bundler.io/, http://groups.google.com/group/ruby-bundler).

Fetching dependency metadata from https://rubygems.org/. fatal: Could
not get current working directory: Permission denied

Retrying `git fetch --force --quiet --tags
"/usr/home/USER/openproject/vendor/bundle/ruby/2.2.0/cache/bundler/git/awesome_nested_set-209215f38dc7f6765d32201897f8688e973f4de7"`
due to error (2/4): Bundler::Source::Git::GitCommandError Git error:
command `git fetch --force --quiet --tags
"/usr/home/USER/openproject/vendor/bundle/ruby/2.2.0/cache/bundler/git/awesome_nested_set-209215f38dc7f6765d32201897f8688e973f4de7"`
in directory
/usr/home/USER/openproject/vendor/bundle/ruby/2.2.0/bundler/gems/awesome_nested_set-7bd473e845e2
has failed. If this error persists you could try removing the cache
directory
'/usr/home/USER/openproject/vendor/bundle/ruby/2.2.0/cache/bundler/git/awesome_nested_set-209215f38dc7f6765d32201897f8688e973f4de7'fatal:
Could not get current working directory: Permission denied

These long and repetitive messages make me feel dizzy. So git fetch was executed in "/usr/home/USER/openproject/vendor/bundle/ruby/2.2.0/bundler/gems/awesome_nested_set-7bd473e845e2" and reported that it was not allowed to get the current working directory, right? That's odd.

I suspect that older versions of git ignored the error, used an empty string and went with that instead of an absolute path, but that's just a guess.

Was git perhaps started by bundler under a different user ID? You could check that e.g. by printing the return value of geteuid(2).

"/bin/pwd -P" executed in the same directory under the same user ID as git should error out and report "Permission denied" as well. Are the permissions bits and ACLs for that directory and its parents OK?

Thanks,
René