First I'd check if I'm pushing to the right remote. What command did you
use to push? Does it include the remote's name? If not, what is the remote
tracking branch of your local branch? Does that point to the remote you are
checking? Did git push have *any* output?
When you cloned to the temp dir, did you use the same remote and the same
branch? You said you pushed via SSH put pulled via HTTP. Are they the same
This would probably be enough information for investigation.
On 20 Sep 2014 00:06, "Bruce Perens" <bruceper...@gmail.com> wrote:
> No doubt this is stupid RTFM stuff but I'm not finding it.
> I have a git server at http://git.algoram.com/dvs/
> This is updated via SSH push.
> I created it with "git --bare init".
> I populated it with "git push" from my development system.
> All good so far.
> Now, I create an update and push it.
> If I use git from the shell on the server, I see the update and its log
> If I run "git clone http://git.algoram.com/dvs/" to clone from the same
> server to a temporary directory, I get everything from before the update.
> My update and its log entry are not present.
> Obviously there is something non-intuitive going on. Like I am getting
> different branches. Can someone give me a clue?
> Bruce Perens
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