Re: [git-users] git on nfs is outrageously slow

2013-08-14 Thread dexter ietf
That's exactly what I do. I have my bare repository on an NFS mounted filesystem, but my working directory on my local disk. It works well for me. hi john, can you explain me what do you mean by the above statement, what's the workflow. do you clone only part of the tree to your local disk ?

Re: [git-users] git on nfs is outrageously slow

2013-08-14 Thread John McKown
Actually, I start with my working directory. One person shop (not a business). But basically, my working directory has everything. I just do git push commands as needed as a form of backing up my working directory to my NAS box. Also, I have a machine at work. And I modify and test files there as

[git-users] prune during fetch, can I make it default for a remote?

2013-08-14 Thread Sam Roberts
I don't see anything in the docs (other than a gui.pruneduringfetch). I'd be OK with a global default, I think I want this always, but a per/remote option for .git/config would be nice to. Have I missed this somewhere? Sam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google