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# Troubleshooting
# Troubleshooting systemd
## Error 226/Namespace
Most likely a directory that is supposed to be writable doesn't exist.
## Failed to get repository owner (foobar): no such table: user
Your `custom/conf/app.ini` has a line like this:
DB_TYPE = sqlite3
PATH = data/gitea.db
And it should probably look like this instead:
DB_TYPE = sqlite3
PATH = /opt/gitea/data/gitea.db
## Gitea: Invalid key ID
Gitea: Invalid key ID
Invalid key ID[key-2]: public key does not exist [id: 2]
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
You are connecting to gitea with a different ssh key (usually `id_rsa.pub`)
than the one you uploaded. You can usually fix this by uploading your default key
or by manually specifying which key to use, for example:
Host git.example.com
User gitea
IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa
## Expect user 'foobar' but current user is: gitea
remote: 2017/10/25 23:53:10 [...s/setting/setting.go:625 NewContext()] [E] Expect user 'aj' but current user is: gitea
remote: error: hook declined to update refs/heads/master
To ssh://git.coolaj86.com:22042/coolaj86/hexdump.js.git
! [remote rejected] master -> master (hook declined)
error: failed to push some refs to 'ssh://gitea@git.coolaj86.com:22042/coolaj86/hexdump.js.git'
If you copied a previous installation of gitea over to a new user, you may get this error.
I haven't yet found where it comes from, but deleting the repository in the UI and re-adding it seems to do the trick
from what I can tell. Remember to `git fetch --all` first before deleting.
## 203/EXEC
The downloaded gitea file is not executable
Oct 28 00:06:19 git-ldsconnect systemd[1]: gitea.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=203/EXEC
Oct 28 00:06:19 git-ldsconnect systemd[1]: gitea.service: Unit entered failed state.
Oct 28 00:06:19 git-ldsconnect systemd[1]: gitea.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'.
Try this:
sudo chmod +x /opt/gitea/gitea
sudo systemctl restart gitea
**But wait, there's more!**
This could also be due to missing `rx` permissions on a parent directory of the executable file, which could be the result of having an existing but empty `/etc/tmpfiles.d/gitea.conf` (a necessary tmp folder not being generated on boot).
See [Troubleshooting systemd](https://git.coolaj86.com/coolaj86/service-installer.sh/src/master/README.md#troubleshooting-systemd)