When I push, I had to merge remote branch with my local branch. All my attempts to clone from GitHub result in a hung process with no files. Trying to initiate a git pull origin master from this repo also asks to cache the key, then hangs with no feedback. If not, please try to turn off the anti-virus software to check if the issue can be resolved. I'm in the middle of a trip right now so can't test as much as I'd like but i'm still having the issue. I've tried multiple repos, including very small ones, with no success at all.
This is what git fetch really does. Hi Manish, I'd like to know whether you mean crash is Visual Studio not responding for a while or Visual Studio halted all the time. And this can be done by modifying the same file. I got the same problem here. When I follow point 5 Test everything out in the github , the ssh command also hangs forever. Thanks for helping make community forums a great place. I wanted to know what the differene between pull, fetch and clone is.
The solution that works for me from comments on this blog : Since the pack files have been downloaded correctly all you need to do is to interrupt the process with Ctrl+C, do a git fetch to fetch branch information from the remote repository and checkout the master or any other branch again with a git checkout master. So, to me, it sounds like it pulls everything down. It starts slowly and hangs after 10% or a little bit more. Per man ssh: -v Verbose mode. If they prove it has nothing to do with their router I will post it here. As for the gzip 'headers', I tried several versions of git on that rig thought it was a rig issue at first.
If the issue still exist, please elaborate more details about your scenario steps and screenshots. With no error messages to work with, I'm really at a loss as to what is wrong. Thank you all for your comments, which made me realise it maybe was an infrastructure problem. I have the exact same issue. If this is still an issue for you, please update to our latest version.
I have the same issue and although I can't pinpoint the cause I have what I reckon is a slightly better workaround than using verify-pack and checkout the last commit as explained by cakyus. The option disables all prompts - the plink will terminate without hanging and won't add any key fingerprint to cache. The error the developer sees is: An error occurred. My colleague came and did a fetch. Your master branch will be unchanged and your staged files will also be unchanged. Click to participate the survey. Causes ssh to print debugging messages about its progress.
I have contacted the internet supplier to look into this. Which server log are you asking about? Apache is sitting at 0%. If you used proxy, then try to clone the repository without proxy. Putty has a workaround though: 1 Run putty for windows 0. I have looked around at various logs and can't find any errors, but maybe I'm not looking in the right place. I let it do this for approximately 40 hours and it just kept doing the same thing.
I have seen issues reported around renames with git tfs, but they seem to all be resolved according to the github threads. You have no guarantee that the server is the computer you think it is. I can't find and fix the problem but i finally able to checkout. Note that all the failing requests above have Content-Encoding: gzip in the request headers for the failing request. Sorry, my english is very bad.
You will only see unstaged modifications if you had unstaged modifications before you fetched. When empty they can clone it without problems. To add -batch parameter to plink command executed by GitBash you can set a git config option: git config --global core. The issue isn't that it's taking a long time, it's that there's no indication as to whether it is doing anything or not. I've looked over all the config and it looks good.
When we are creating a new repository with only one file in it we can succesfully clone it. Have you waited long enough? This is helpful in debugging connection, authentication, and configuration problems. Use git for Windows msysgit with plink from putty 0. When they have filled the repository with our source files the clone action stops after a number of files. What webserver are you using nginx, apache,.