So, I’ve installed Gitlab CE from source. My only modification is that I run it through Passenger and nginx instead of Unicorn (that’s why there’s that error about init). Oddly, yesterday it worked fine, but today neither I, nor Gitlab CI can clone any repo whatsoever through https. The error is
fatal: unable to access 'https://gitlab-ci-token:firstname.lastname@example.org/my-username/my-repo.git/': The requested URL returned error: 502
Earlier I was getting other error codes due to my open file limit being exceeded, but I raised them, so now during the clone process gitlab-workhorse starts using all the CPU and rapidly filling RAM.
Results of the check:
Checking GitLab Shell ... GitLab Shell version >= 8.0.0 ? ... OK (8.0.0) Repo base directory exists? default... yes Repo storage directories are symlinks? default... no Repo paths owned by git:root, or git:git? default... yes Repo paths access is drwxrws---? default... yes hooks directories in repos are links: ... 1/1 ... ok 1/5 ... ok Running /home/git/gitlab-shell/bin/check Check GitLab API access: OK Redis available via internal API: OK Access to /home/git/.ssh/authorized_keys: OK gitlab-shell self-check successful Checking GitLab Shell ... Finished Checking Sidekiq ... Running? ... yes Number of Sidekiq processes ... 1 Checking Sidekiq ... Finished Reply by email is disabled in config/gitlab.yml Checking LDAP ... LDAP is disabled in config/gitlab.yml Checking LDAP ... Finished Checking GitLab ... Git configured correctly? ... yes Database config exists? ... yes All migrations up? ... yes Database contains orphaned GroupMembers? ... no GitLab config exists? ... yes GitLab config up to date? ... yes Log directory writable? ... yes Tmp directory writable? ... yes Uploads directory exists? ... yes Uploads directory has correct permissions? ... yes Uploads directory tmp has correct permissions? ... skipped (no tmp uploads folder yet) Init script exists? ... yes Init script up-to-date? ... no Try fixing it: Re-download the init script For more information see: doc/install/installation.md in section "Install Init Script" Please fix the error above and rerun the checks. Projects have namespace: ... 1/1 ... yes 1/5 ... yes Redis version >= 2.8.0? ... yes Ruby version >= 2.3.5 ? ... yes (2.3.7) Git version >= 2.9.5 ? ... yes (2.18.0) Git user has default SSH configuration? ... yes Active users: ... 1 Checking GitLab ... Finished
The only changes I made to the init script is removing all Unicorn references and altering the gitlab-workhorse options so that it uses a domain socket pointing at my nginx instance.