Jeff King <> writes:

> On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 09:41:16AM -0600, Martin Fick wrote:
>> I have nightmares about this sort of thing every now and 
>> then, and we even experience some corruption here and there 
>> that needs to be fixed (mainly missing objects when we toy 
>> with different git repack arguments).  I cannot help but 
>> wonder, how we can improve git further to either help 
>> diagnose or even fix some of these problems?  More inline 
>> below...
> In general, I don't think we know enough about patterns of recovery
> corruption to say which commands would definitely be worth implementing.
> Part of the reason I wrote this up is to document this one case. But
> this is the first time in 7 years of git usage that I've had to do this.
> So I'd feel a little bit better about sinking time into it after seeing
> a few more cases and realizing where the patterns are.

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