On Saturday, May 3, 2014 1:04:32 AM UTC+2, Shirish Agarwal wrote:
> Hi all,
> First of all thank you to all the developers, maintainers and
> community at large who answers queries like this one. Please CC me as
> I'm not subscribed to this google group.
> I'm on debian testing. I'm using git to pull stuff from repos. My git
> version is :-
> $ git --version
> git version 1.9.2
> I'm pulling from a remote repo. And my netspeed tells me it's
> downloading but my git pull is at a certain percentage. Let me share
> with an actual attempt :-
> /Frost_and_Flame$ git pull origin master --verbose
> POST git-upload-pack (935 bytes)
> remote: Counting objects: 62, done.
> remote: Compressing objects: 100% (62/62), done.
> Unpacking objects: 22% (14/62)
> Now as can be seen, it's either stuck or is at 22% and the number will
> change only when it's 23%. Now is there a way to make it show
> something something like 22.10% and like that, so I can find in
> real-time what is happening ?
> The above is important/imperative in use-cases where bandwidth speed
> is a huge issue or when you are cloning or updating from a large repo.
> Think for instance, the Linux kernel.
> Looking forward to an answer. If it's not feasible atm , then please
> let me know where I can ask for this feature.
I don't know whether it's feasible, but if this in turn is a feature
request, you can contact the Git developers
My amateur opinion is that the most granular thing you can do is to count
how many objects there are left (14/62). If you want to get some sort of
progress bar on each object being unpacked, you'd have to hack that command
Otherwise, there are some leads around the google, regarding use of
smart-HTTP, large files and configuring
- not sure if this applies to you.
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