On Wednesday 03 August 2005 18:50, you wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Aug 2005, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> > Are you sure you have a good git version on master? I've never seen
> > anything like that, and I push all the time..
> Call him Zaphod: he has two heads (master and pu). You don't. As I said in
> another mail, this could be very well related to Junio's problems.
Yes it is. To reproduce:
Create a repository with 2 branches.
Make 2 clones of the 2 branches via SSH.
Make a commit on one clone and push.
Make another commit on the other clone and push => ERROR
A log of this last push:
'refs/heads/branch2': updating from 80e4d426dd4c865b943cc1121b580a946eee921d
fatal: bad object f7e944b036fd00af656b262140c1dc93ceffadb1
Packing 0 objects
Unpacking 0 objects
fatal: unpack should have generated 8196067677e3415ce404ea5bc35731ac7d56115d,
but I can't find it!
f7e9... is the commit pushed from the first clone.
I had the same problem yesterday.
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