We are using throwaway integration branches which are pushed, and then
later deleted and recreated - and this is working well, however the
discarded branches are leaving dangling commits and trees which I can view
with this command: git fsck --unreachable --no-reflogs
I could clean them up with
git reflog expire --expire-unreachable=now --all
git gc --prune=now
or something similar, but I want to understand the scope of these commands.
E.g. how can I affect the clean up in the remote repository on Github so that
when others clone they do not get these dangling items? Do I need to somehow
push this change?
On a related note there are related configurations I would like to set:
gc.pruneexpire, gc.reflogexpire, gc.reflogexpireunreachable etc. but again not
sure how to have this take effect at Github.
Any tips appreciated,
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