Sivaram Kannan <siva.de...@gmail.com> writes:
> The git crashed during one of the commits by a developer I think, the
> remote is not even showing the working branch. The local branch of is
> all right, but the remote repo is corrupted and could not git fsck
> also. Is restoring the last night's backup is my only option??
By commit, do you mean push? I.e., something crashed while a push was
The recovery strategy depends a lot on how valuable/recoverable the work
that happened since the last backup was, but restoring from backup,
running 'git fsck' on all involved repos (including devs' workstations!)
and then having the devs re-push what they had locally seems like a good
strategy to me.
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