One way to shrink the repo size is rewriting your branches. Once you get the
biggest files, try to use 'git-filter-branch' to remove them from your
repository.


 Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 9:15 PM, agaelebe <hugo.bor...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> I'm with the following problem.
>
> I have a git repository in a VPS with 360mb of ram.
>
> Unfortunately, I started tracking a SQL.dump file (bad idea, by the
> way). That file grew bigger and bigger and it's almost 50mb now. My
> repository is about 400mb!
> And when I try to run git gc inside the project I get:
>
> Counting objects: 3290, done.
> warning: suboptimal pack - out of memory
> fatal: Out of memory, malloc failed)
> error: failed to run repac
>
> If I try to clone the project in my local machine I get simillar out-
> of-memory errors.
> I tried to revert some commits but It didn't work.
>
> So, how can I find these big files (the different versions) and get
> rid of them so I can shrink the repository size?
> Does someone have a clue of what can I do?
>
> On my local machine I'm running version 1.6.0.4 and on the VPS version
> 1.6.3.2 ( I updated it to latest version to ceck if it would solve the
> problem)
>
> Thanks for your attention
> >
>

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