I forgot to mention that I am using scm manager:
So that maybe the " custom layer you are talking about.
On 10/31/12 3:19 PM, Jeff King wrote:
On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 03:57:36PM +0100, kevin molcard wrote:
I tried to install git 1.8 on the remote server and get exactly the
same problem :(.
Sometimes (very often when several git clone are sent at the same
time), I have the following error:
remote: internal server error
fatal: protocol error: bad pack header
I'm very confused about who is printing "internal server error". The
"remote:" indicates that it came to the git client via the sideband,
which means it probably came from the stderr of a child process (e.g.,
pack-objects). But git does not and has never generated the phrase
"internal server error".
So what program is producing that? Is there some kind of custom layer
that might be run when upload-pack runs "git pack-objects ..."? Can you
try running strace on the server?
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