Git commit id lost
We have configured one git repository, this repository contains more branches. Recently we faced one issue, we lost a few commits which are pushed from user clone from the repository.
If I run "git log commitid" I can able to see the commit id information, but git branch --contains commitid" doesn't show the branch it belongs to .
Also If I run describe it results below, I ran fsck all options, but looks liet these commits are not tangling commits. Please share your thoughts, why this commits are missing and not attached with any branch.
git describe commitid --all
I ran git reflog , but it doesn't show that commit id , we actually cherry-picked the commit from one commit, now I can see the actual commitid (even this commit also not belongs to any commit) and cherry-picked commit id corresponding to actual commit id is missing, I am not able to trace out the cherry-picked commit id
How can I find the lost cherry-picked commit id ?
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