On 12-12-24 09:08 AM, Eric Chamberland wrote:
> Hi,


> Doing a "git clone" always work fine, but when we "git pull" or "git gc"
> or "git fsck", often (1/5) the local repository get corrupted.

Have you tried adding a "-q" to the git command line to quiet down git's
"feedback" messages?

I discovered other oddities with using git on Lustre which I described
in this thread:


I found that by simply disabling the feedback (which disables the
copious SIGALRM processing) I could alleviate the issue.

I wonder if your issues are more of the same.

I filed Lustre bug LU-2276 about it at:



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