Please ignore ... I found the issue is a DNS issue due to one my
hostnames expiring ...
On Aug 12, 11:10 pm, Harry Hornreich <harryh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a weird problem I cannot seem to resolve despite googling
> around and playing with this for a few hours ...
> I have local OS X machine which I use for dev & I push my git
> repository to a remote Ubuntu server. I had all this setup and it has
> been working fine for month. I connect to the remote server via ssh
> and use a proprietary port.
> All of a sudden, after not pushing changes for a week or so, when I
> tried to push some new changes I got a hangup response during the
> push. From now on I simply cannot push anything to the remote server.
> I either get a hang where the push waits indefinitly, or sometimes,
> intermittently, I get a:
> ssh_exchange_identification: read: Connection reset by peer
> fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
> response. I tried to push with the -f option and also rebooted both
> machines. Note that simply using ssh directly to the remote server
> works fine. Seems like git has been left in some state where it cannot
> recover from to restart the push (but that us just a guess of mine).
> Any ideas or suggestions how to get out of this state?
> Thanks, Harry
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