We are using git with the smart HTTP protocol. We are seeing the client
freeze with Jenkins poll. It stops the continuous build which is a bit
of a pain. It happens with the latest release 1.8.0 on the client side.
The server is using

On the server we are seeing the following error message:

var/log/apache2/error.log.1:[Mon Nov 19 15:17:12 2012] [error] [client] fatal: git upload-pack: not our ref 
aa92ca2076c2421433f89ee0b0ae89cd36d27481 multi_ack_detailed side-band-64k 
thin-pack no-progress ofs-delta

The error is located in upload-pack.c:

                 * Hmph.  We may later want to allow "want" line that
                 * asks for something like "master~10" (symbolic)...
                 * would it make sense?  I don't know.
                o = lookup_object(sha1_buf);
                if (!o || !(o->flags & OUR_REF))
                        die("git upload-pack: not our ref %s", line+5);

It calls die with I believe is doing the right thing(TM).

On the client side I compiled git with debugging symbols. I then
attached the debugger to the process that gets hosed. I get the
following backtrace:

#0  0x00007fff85389af0 in read ()
#1  0x000000010f900913 in xread (fd=0, buf=0x7fff6f376e2c, len=4) at 
#2  0x000000010f900a11 in read_in_full (fd=0, buf=0x7fff6f376e2c, count=4) at 
#3  0x000000010f8a14e4 in safe_read (fd=0, buffer=0x7fff6f376e2c, size=4, 
return_line_fail=0) at pkt-line.c:140
#4  0x000000010f8a110e in packet_read_internal (fd=0, buffer=0x10f981eb0 "", 
size=1000, return_line_fail=0) at pkt-line.c:183
#5  0x000000010f8a1246 in packet_read_line (fd=0, buffer=0x10f981eb0 "", 
size=1000) at pkt-line.c:211
#6  0x000000010f7b5196 in get_ack (fd=0, result_sha1=0x7fff6f377450 "") at 
#7  0x000000010f7b4074 in find_common (fd=0x7fff6f377668, 
result_sha1=0x7fff6f377450 "", refs=0x0) at builtin/fetch-pack.c:416
#8  0x000000010f7b32a5 in do_fetch_pack (fd=0x7fff6f377668, 
orig_ref=0x10fb007a0, sought=0x7fff6f377670, pack_lockfile=0x7fff6f377660)
    at builtin/fetch-pack.c:832
#9  0x000000010f7b2cbd in fetch_pack (my_args=0x10f973fe8, fd=0x7fff6f377668, 
conn=0x0, ref=0x10fb007a0, 
    dest=0x7fff6f377a78 "https://foo.visionobjects.com/git/a-project-name/";, 
sought=0x7fff6f377670, pack_lockfile=0x7fff6f377660)
    at builtin/fetch-pack.c:1069
#10 0x000000010f7b2a25 in cmd_fetch_pack (argc=7, argv=0x7fff6f377890, 
prefix=0x0) at builtin/fetch-pack.c:1012
#11 0x000000010f77aa5b in run_builtin (p=0x10f971990, argc=7, 
argv=0x7fff6f377890) at git.c:306
#12 0x000000010f779ac7 in handle_internal_command (argc=7, argv=0x7fff6f377890) 
at git.c:467
#13 0x000000010f77a299 in run_argv (argcp=0x7fff6f377858, argv=0x7fff6f377850) 
at git.c:513
#14 0x000000010f7798fd in main (argc=7, argv=0x7fff6f377890) at git.c:588

The file descriptor being 0 in #6 seems a bit suspicious. I am not
familiar with the git protocol. Could I get some guidance on how to
troubleshoot some more so that I come up with a patch?
Ivan Kanis, Release Manager, Vision Objects,
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the way to a pertinent answer.
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