On Monday, March 10, 2014 5:08:32 AM UTC+1, Chin wrote:
> I am a newbie in using *git*. So any help in the right direction would
> help a lot.
> I am working on an issue, on my local repository, and I found that this
> bug was fixed in the kernel.org repository.
> So now i am trying to pull in (cherry-pick) this fix (commit-id) from the
> kernel.org branch and submit it to my local gerrit. And I am trying to
> maintain the commit message of the commit from kernel.org branch.
> When i try to push this fix on my local gerrit, i face the following error:
> To ssh://<username>@123.321.12.1:1234/mirror-sec/asdfgt/hjks
> ! [remote rejected] <*branch>* -> refs/for/*<branch>* (not Signed-off-by
> author/committer/uploader in commit message footer)
> error: failed to push some refs to
I reckon Gerrit is configured to reject commits that are not properly
I think any cherry-pick commit you make is essentially a new commit which
just happens to have similar contents to the commit you are cherry-picking.
Hence, the sign-off is invalid, and the commit will have to be re-signed in
order for it to be accepted.
So, you either have to sign it off yourself, or remove the Signed-off-by
line from the commit message. OR you just force your way past Gerrit's
policy here according to said documentation.
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