Yes, I guess it is CIFS that I'm using, because I'm on Windows 7.

So I tried doing that, I changed the config file in my .git directory, and 
added the line "fsyncobjectfiles = true" under [core]. But still I'm 
getting the same errors.

On Friday, January 15, 2016 at 3:11:12 PM UTC-8, Martin Møller Skarbiniks 
Pedersen wrote:
> On 15 January 2016 at 21:12, Saz < <javascript:>> 
> wrote:
> >
> > I've created a network drive for my locally hosted website, and I'm 
> managing all my files directly on the network drive. And I'm using that 
> network drive as a local git repo. So, if I make any changes to a file 
> there, I'd also want to be able to push it my my remote git repo. But when 
> I start to do that, its gives me so many errors. Sometimes, it fails to 
> check the status, sometimes gives errors such as
> >
> I guess you are using CIFS and not NFS.
> Try setting this in your config-file
> [core]
> fsyncobjectfiles = true
> Regards
> Martin M. S. Pedersen

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