On Friday, August 30, 2013 02:40:34 AM you wrote:
> V.Krishn wrote:
> > Quite sometimes when cloning a large repo stalls, hitting Ctrl+c cleans
> > what been downloaded, and process needs re-start.
> > Is there a way to recover or continue from already downloaded files
> > during cloning ?
> No, sadly. The pack sent for a clone is generated dynamically, so
> there's no easy way to support the equivalent of an HTTP Range request
> to resume. Someone might implement an appropriate protocol extension
> to tackle this (e.g., peff's seed-with-clone.bundle hack) some day,
> but for now it doesn't exist.
This is what I tried but then realized something more is needed:
During stalled clone avoid Ctrl+c.
1. Copy the content .i.e .git folder some other place.
2. cd <new dir>
3. git config fetch.unpackLimit 999999
4. git config transfer.unpackLimit 999999
5. cat .git/config #to see if config went ok
6. recover process:
git unpack-objects -r --strict <.git/objects/pack/tmp_pack_0mSPsc
THEN... hopefully thought following should do the trick
git repack + git pull
but then something more is needed.... :)
like index/map file... etc for it work.
> What you *can* do today is create a bundle from the large repo
> somewhere with a reliable connection and then grab that using a
> resumable transport such as HTTP. A kind person made a service to do
Service looks nice. Hope its gets sponsors to keep it running.
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