On Monday, April 8, 2013 3:52:45 PM UTC+2, Tim Schofield wrote:
> > wrote:
>> On Monday, April 8, 2013 12:22:31 PM UTC+2, Sivaram Kannan wrote:
>>> I am using git with Gitlab/Gitolite configuration. Git version is
>>> 126.96.36.199 in Ubuntu 12.04. There has been a consistent git crash recently and
>>> have attached the /var/crash/_usr_lib_git-core_**git.1001.crash file. I
>>> am reaching out to all the involved softwares to find out what could be the
>>> problem since lot of variables exists in my system.
>>> The crash output is pasted in the following link
>>> I removed some long binary information at the end of the file as
>>> pastebin does not allow more than 500k pasting.
>>> Please advice what could cause this git crash.
>> What kind of crash report is that? Which version of Git is it? Please
>> append this information and report this to the Git developers. Perhaps you
>> can also link to a repository where this occurs:
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> Hello Thomas,
> With the greatest respect to yourself, it look like a reasonable bug
> report to me. It includes git version, OS version, and a link to the
> full crash report. Not sure it deserved the reaction you gave it.
Oh, I didn't mean it in a mean tone. I meant "What kind of crash report is
that?" as in "Is that from Ubuntu crash reporter or something else?".
For some reason I only looked for git version in the pastie, sorry for
that, and for coming across as harsh here. That was not intended.
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