Thanks for your reply.
Yes, they do exist.These objects should commits that we pushed.
There are errors even I login by "root" account, so I think it's not a
problem caused by permission modes.

2011/8/8 Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net>

> On Sun, Aug 07, 2011 at 06:39:36PM -0700, Baoyin Shan wrote:
>
> [...]
> >  error: packfile ./objects/pack/
> >  pack-63e3e1673dc7d59c5ff90615fbf82f10512284e4.pack cannot be accessed
> >  missing tree 25b1d39e3736ca5a2ea9b766b549c615a8d19f84
> >
> > error message shows that some objects missing, but they do exist.
> What's with these objects which cannot be accessed?
> Do they exist?
> If they do, do they have sensible permission modes and owner/group
> so that they really can be accessed by Git using the permissions of
> whatever account Git is using when running on the server?
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