On Wednesday, July 17, 2013 2:50:59 PM UTC+2, Marcin Fiedziukiewicz wrote:

> Hi, I am using git repository but when I do the push to the remote 
> repository it always run Auto packing the repository for optimum 
> performance.
> It fail with message
> fatal: unable to rename temporary pack file: No such file or directory
> error: failed to run repack
> I want to turn it off or fix it because it takes long time to push , is 
> there any way to disable it or fix this error so I can push changes faster ?
> I try  
> git config --global gc.autopacklimit 0
> and 
> git config --global gc.auto 0
> But it still run auto packing.
> Any idea hot to fix it or disable it.
> Please help

Well, I would focus on getting git gc working before trying to bypass it. I 
suspect that you're on Windows? In any case, this could be a bug that 
should be reported either to the git developer mailing list, or perhaps 

Have a look at https://gist.github.com/tfnico/4441562 - if you are on 
Windows, send the email to the msysgit mailing list instead.

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