> From: Matt Snow <ctsgm...@gmail.com>
> For some unknown reason whenever I do a git pull, it just hangs.  Nothing 
> happens.  I have tried to remove all the files, do a git init, then try to 
> git pull again but no luck.  

One brute-force technique is to use a "trace" command to see what git
is hanging on.  (Usually there is a command called "trace", "strace",
"ptrace" or something like that that reports all the kernel calls made
by a process.)  In Fedora Linux, you'd execute:

    strace git pull ... 2>logfile

The last few lines of logfile should tell you what git is hanging on.


Dale Worley
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