git pull in hooks/post-receive failed
On the server, /home/git/xxx/hooks/post-receive:
On the server, /var/www/xxx was created like this:
git clone /home/git/repositories/xxx.git
When I run "git push" on the client, got this message:
remote: fatal: Not a git repository: '.'
Evaluate (shell-command-to-string git pull -q) in emacs *scratch* buffer hangs emacs. From htop in bash,I noticed that after the git pull process which is forked from emacs ended,there always leave
I just cant understand this. I been reading a lot on the web and books and something is just not staying in my head. Can someone please give me the dummy version of the following: git fetch vs pull an
When I run git pull, I get this: edson$ GIT_TRACE=1 git pull -v trace: exec: 'git-pull' '-v' trace: run_command: 'git-pull' '-v' trace: built-in: git 'rev-parse' '--git-dir' trace: built-in: git 'rev-
I'm new on programming and I'm developing a Django Web app. I'm using git too, but everytime I do sudo git pull origin master I have to edit the settings.py to change the production file settings. Wha
I am new to GIT. I am using Git version 220.127.116.11. I am working on project hosted on github. While pushing and pulling the code from github sometime it works fine and some time it gives me error. error
Another question said git pull is like a git fetch + git merge. But what is the difference between git pull VS git fetch + git rebase?
I have a server where there's some config that I don't properly know where i just git pull and it gets what is in a github repo, then restart it in order to deploy. The thing is, there's a commit whic
What are the differences between git pull and git fetch?
I've tried pretty much all of these, none appear to work: Force git to overwrite local files on pull Here's 2 scenarios: A) Delete a local file 1) git clone my_repo 2) cd my_repo 3) delete some file 4
I run following bash script in cronjob to update my web site #!/bin/bash cd /home/username/public_html git pull origin master This cronjob is run every 5 minutes, so if i commit changed to git repo,
I've set up a git repo via ssh on an Ubuntu box I'm using as a media center/backup server. the steps I took were: cd repos git init <repoName> cd <repoName> git config --bool core.bare tru
I've edited my GIT repositories via Git Online. After I tried to push my local code changes, I got an error: Git push failed, To prevent from losing history, non-fast forward updates were rejected.
How to un-delete / recover local files from git pull? Scenario: I have local files in a folder I do git init git pull https://.. from server All the local files is deleted Can I get my deleted fil
I'm trying to pull using msysgit 1.8.1 (tried with 1.7.10 and .11, too, with the same result) and always get an error which I don't know how to debug/resolve: E:\java\myproject>git pull Enter passp
I am trying to push new changes, but I have a conflicted file. After trying to push, I get the following error: Merge the remote changes (e.g. 'git pull') before pushing again. See the 'Note about fas
I have a remote repository with HTTPS access. git status lists only one entry: master git remote -v lists two entries to the same address: one for fetch, one for push But when I do git remote show ori
I'm new to using Git, so I apologize if this is trivial. I have a private repository set up using Github and EGit. To update and merge my local repository branch with the remote version (essentially a
When I pull change from my repositories, Git change the file permissions (actually, he change the group write permission). If I'm correct, Git should only track executable bit and this anyway can be r
I'm pretty new to git so not sure how to fix the current problem I find myself in. I was told to do a git pull --rebase git push To merge my local commits to the ones on the server. Now however, all
Let's say origin/master has commit A--B--C and my local/master has commit A--B--D. What will happen if I use git pull --rebase ? What will happen if I use git pull --ff-only ? Is there any difference
So I have a clone of a git repo. When I did git pull origin it tells me: You asked to pull from the remote 'origin', but did not specify a branch. Because this is not the default configured remote for
I am created my exists project from local files. But this project exists in git repository. And now i need commit changes in project and pull/push his, but git don't know what is repository i have mas
I have a script that I would like to have do a git pull inside another user's git directory. This script is run by the root user. For example: cd /home/username/GitProject sudo -u username -i git pull
I'm working with a git repo that has an empty master and multiple branches. When I do a git pull, it only seems to pull stuff down for the master but does not apply for the branches. I find myself hav
When I attempt to git pull origin [branch] in order to pull in changes to the repo, I am prompted for a password. My system password and just hitting enter return: fatal: Authentication failed. The
This error probaby has something to do with my path/environment variables but I don't know enough about those to fix this issue, any help is appreciated. git pull git: 'pull' is not a git command. See
Our company is using git for source control and on my machine I can push and pull to the server without entering a password everytime, however one of my colleagues has to repeatedly enter a password w
When I do git diff --name-only it always shows one filename, but I want it to be an empty output. I would like to get git diff to be in sync with git pull, so when git pull says my project is up to da
I ran a git pull --rebase, and aborted this after fixing several merge-conflicts using git rebase --abort. Before the attempted rebase, git status told me: Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by
I started with a clean working directory. On branch master nothing to commit, working directory clean Then I did a git pull that failed with two permissions errors: error: unable to unlink old '.giti
This is not a duplicate of git pull from clean directory has merge conflicts - In that question the user was trying to pull from a remote which had commits which were not in the local branch. In my ca
I am facing a problem related to Git on Windows, am unable to pull the changes from the repo on git. Am able to add, commit and push my changes, but not pull. Its giving me an error: fatal: C:**\Git/
I have a repo in bitbucket, and i am using git. So my branches are master develop_one develop_two When i use git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:project/project.git, i am getting only the master branch code
I started using git sometime back and do not fully understand the intricacies. My basic question here is to find out the difference between a git pull and git pull --rebase , since adding the --rebase
I am using the method I found to pull --rebase by default when doing git pull: Now I want to make the 'git pull' - by default pull only the current branch: How do you get git to always pull from a spe
I have two branches on remote and I'm only working on the 'trampo' branch with a friend: git branch -a master * trampo remotes/origin/master remotes/origin/trampo doing a git fetch and git pull is no
i would like to run a git pull and specify the directory. some say using --git-dir and --work-tree should work but such as git --git-dir=/var/www/.git --work-tree=/var/www pull put this returns a c
I normally switch to a branch and do git pull origin branchname or if I am on master then I do git pull origin master However, I saw a few places suggesting to always do git pull origin Are there s
I'm just wondering what are more reasons to use git pull --rebase instead of git pull except this weird merge commits that appear when you do just git pull? Thanks!
when i am trying to get latest code from repository git pull origin master a message appear, error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: profile-summary-portlet/.
I have a git branch checked out named foo. > git status # On branch foo nothing to commit (working directory clean) It was originally checked out using this command: > git checkout origin/foo -
In reading the git pull page, it gives this stern warning about git pull --rebase: This is a potentially dangerous mode of operation. It rewrites history, which does not bode well when you published
I have a private git repo, access with ssh. ( eg email@example.com:/home/git ) There is a PHP project in it. My develop & deploy machine is both linux. It's works well for about half a year. But thes
Setup I've written a small script to do automatic pull/commit/push for some personal data. This script works great on my laptop (version 18.104.22.168-1) but on my server, the git pull command is failing wi
I have a webhook on a GitHub repo that triggers a git pull on another server so the repository on the server is always in sync with what's been pushed to GitHub. Sometimes the pull requires a merge co
I am new to using chef. I am able to clone/pull a github repository using the following code on my recipe git /var/www/hello_app do repository git://github.com/MyUser/MyProject.git reference mast
I have configured git to use rebase whenever I do git pull. However if I have set a tag on head, and there are remote changes, then those remote changes will be pulled then and my local changes will b
git pull fails with following error remote: Counting objects: 146, done. remote: fatal: unable to create thread: Resource temporarily unavailable error: git upload-pack: git-pack-objects died with err
All of a sudden i am getting this git error: git status --porcelain failed when i do a git status.... whats up with that?
We have a bare git repository hosted on sourcerepo.com. Sometimes, when pushing, we get error: failed to push some refs, but the push succeeds, and if anything's missing, it's not apparent what. Thi