On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 03:26:17PM +0300, vicentiu.nea...@ni.com wrote:

> Is there a way to find all equivalent commits by patch-id?
> Something similar to:
> git branch -a --commit <commit>
> but instead of <commit> to search by patch-id.

There isn't a ready-made command to do so, but you can easily script it:

  git for-each-ref --format='%(refname)' refs/heads |
  while read ref; do
        echo "$(git diff-tree -p "$ref" | git patch-id) $ref"
  done |

If you want to look further back than the tips, you can feed the
branches to rev-list, and then patch-id each commit you find.

The more common way to use patch-ids is to look for commits that are in
one branch but not another. For that, try the "--cherry-pick" and
"--cherry-mark" options to "git log".

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