On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 6:13 PM, Henning Sprang
<henning.spr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> You'd say, can happen, when some developers work against the remote
> git repo, others with svn. But I'm the only developer on the project,
> and no one ever commits to the remote svn nor the remote git repo. So,
> I'm clueless.
> How can I find out what happens and how to prevent that?

This is normal. Every time you update or sync against the SVN server,
your local history is rewritten if you have local commits: All your
local commits are rebased on top of the latest changes coming from

If you want to avoid this, only push to your Git mirror when your
git-svn clone and the SVN repo are in sync. Doing so ruins the whole
point of your Git mirror, I assume.

So, I'm afraid you have to get used to just force-pushing to your Git
mirror. Even though this is not considered good practice, it should be
fine as long as you are the only one using this mirror.

Alternatively, you could consider some other mechanism for backup (rsync, etc).
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