I'm curious what you did during that ”Over time” period. Did you pull/fetch
from the remote? If so, there is a big chance that it copied things from
On 13 Feb 2015 04:28, "Phillip Lord" <phillip.l...@newcastle.ac.uk> wrote:
> I have made a single branch clone of a repository. Originally, it was
> around 2Mb in size (compared to about 150Mb for a normal clone). Over
> time, though it has grown to around 20Mb.
> I've used a script that I found here...
> To attempt to find out why. And it appears that there are many objects
> NOT from the branch I cloned.
> There are a couple of possibilities.
> 1) I messed something up with the clone -- a fresh single-branch clone
> of the repo is again 2Mb.
> 2) I messed something up at some point later.
> 3) This is expected behaviour.
> I'm not sure how to distinguish these. I could delete my repo and start
> another single-branch clone, but I don't want to do this if I have to
> end up doing the same again.
> Any advice is welcome.
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