Hi guys,

I have a repository with a remote repository.
My colleague had the very bad idea to put 4 project into the same 
repository.
So basically here is my folder structure:
root
 + project 1
 + project 2
 + project 3
 + project 4

So I'm trying to separate all theses projects in 4 different git.
But I want to keep all the commit they did for each projects.

For now, I duplicate the root.git on the remote repository and named it 
like project1.git
I also duplicate my local repository and set the new remote repository to 
user@server:/project1.git

I removed the files of projects 2 to 4 and moved to root folder project1 
files then commit and push to the remote repo.

Now I want to clean my project1.git so it has only project1 files.

I tried this for each unwanted project:
$ git filter-branch --index-filter \ 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch 
"root/project 1"'
$ rm -Rf .git/refs/original
$ rm -Rf .git/logs/
$ git gc

but when I compare size pack before and after (using  $ git count-objects 
-v), it's always the same size. and my size-garbage is still 0

I don't really get how git works.. but i really want to separate the 
projects. To give you an idea, projects size are between 100Mb to 5 Gb...

Thanks in advance for the help !

-Tinken

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