Will Git Force push overwrite/delete tags
Will a force push to master overwrite/delete tags created earlier?
One of our developers accidentally pushed his local repo to the wrong shared repo. I have managed to reset the header to the right location using git push and force, so that part is ok now. However,
I'm new to capistrano and I'm trying to figure out if it's possible to deploy to multiple servers by using a push method with git tags as a reference. It's a little more complicated than that, as thes
We have an Xcode CI bot setup to poll our git repository for new commits and build accordingly. Generally it runs fine. However after forced pushes (I know) the bot will fail and never build correctly
I have just upgraded from using gitosis to gitolite. Email notifications are working for all repos but for the gitolite-admin repo I get this waring when I push (the push is good): $ git push remote:
I cannot push to github. I was able to push little changes, but this time, it hangs after it writes this: git push origin master Counting objects: 22, done. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. Co
When I do a git push, git will do forced updates automatically if necessary, as if I had specified the --force option. I have configured this a long time ago. I don't want this behavior anymore, and c
What do you do when you've added too many large binary files (PSDs) and tried to push, and git gets stuck at 99%? $ git push origin dev Counting objects: 4790, done. Delta compression using up to 4 th
Why does git push result in forced update, causing lost commits on the origin? What can be done to prevent this? client side: git version 18.104.22.168 push.default set to simple server side: gitlab 5.1.0
Right now if I type git push -u origin master it will push my repository to github. Is there a way to achieve the same effect but only having to type git push?
I committed and pushed some bad things. How do I force revert my local repo to HEAD~7, and re-commit so that HEAD is now at that version? Git docs confuse me. Thanks!
Hi just set up a new bitbucket account and created a repo. I already have code in my local machine so I added the remote using git remote add now when i did git push origin, it prompted me to put pass
I just moved from a pc laptop to a Mac, and I've noticed a curious difference in how my git commands respond. Before, I would do the following: git add . git commit -m These are my new changes git p
In a Git tutorial I'm going through, git commit is used to store the changes you've made. What is git push used for then?
On push of a new branch to a gerrit server we encounter the following error: de@roma:~/git-hate/www$ git push origin landingpage Counting objects: 149, done. Delta compression using up to 2 threads. C
I'm trying the following sequence of standard commands: git clone https://code.google.com/p/steambmc/ cd steambmc [made changes] git commit -a [added commit message] git push I've set up my username/
I have 2 remote repos: one at bitbucket, another at amazon ec2. I added the second one recently. git remote -v ec2 firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/ubuntu/my_app.git (fetch) ec2 email@example.com:/home/ubu
on my server sourcecode i do : cd /home/AyamJ/pbGIT git --bare init on my local notebook i do : git push AyamJ@sourcecode:/home/AyamJ/pbGIT master i got error: git:'/home/AyamJ/pbGIT' is not a git
I am quite new in git, and I have seen that it is possible to sign the tags with gpg. I understand how public key cryptography works, and I understand how to do sign the tags, but what is the point in
Is there a way to use git push -f, but only origin/master hasn't changed since the last pull? I only want to reorganize history, not overwrite file contents.
I think I now tried about everything that is to be found on the web around git push from within a TeamCity build I tried this: TeamCity: On successful build push to Git Repo and this: http://devnet
If your git version is too old to support git push --mirror from your gitolite server is it possible to simulate the feature by first git clone --bareing new repositories and then using git fetch refs
When I call git remote show <remote_name> I see below Local branches configured for 'git pull': master merges with remote master Local refs configured for 'git push': master pushes to master (u
Here's a git status showing that I have one commit ready to be pushed: $ git status # On branch develop # Your branch is ahead of 'origin/develop' by 1 commit. # (use git push to publish your local
i've always thought both were interchangeable and have been doing git push heroku as shortcut. Is there a difference between the two?
I was writing a README.md file in the remote server and completed that one, but I accidentally did a force push to the remote by using git push origin master and now the README.md is gone Is there a w
My live site was updated since my last commit, and I hadn't made any local changes, so I wanted to just push everything that's live up to my Git repo. So I did a git push --force Now I have no commit
This question already has an answer here: Predict how much data will be pushed in a git push 3 answers Is there a way to guestimate the size of a git push before actually pushing? My use case i
Is there a one liner that shows me the dates where all git lightweight tags where created ? Something like: git show tags --format=date ?
In server I created repository. In home computer I pulled. Now I made my changes and they are working, I need to push to server. Git refused to push. How can I update files in the server? $ git push T
What is the difference between these two git commands when force pushing changes? git push -f origin branch and git push origin +branch
send directive in Bazaar is the same as push in GIT?
I start up Ubuntu Linux, open a terminal, edit some code, and happily execute git push origin master However, after some period of time (sometimes 30 mins, sometimes a few hours), the exact same comm
I cannot git push to Heroku in the normal way from my home. I've tried using two different accounts (home and work), on different apps, with different ssh keys. It's not a corrupted repo because it wo
i checked out a remote branch like git checkout -b newBranch origin/some-remote-branch. but whenever i do a push it is pushed to a new branch newBranch . how to tell git to automatically push to the b
I'm trying to push only my Staging Branch to a bare repo on my staging server with the following command: git push staging +staging:refs/heads/staging But I get a fatal error: you are on a branch yet
I am getting this error when I am trying push my files into heroku rep. Ive tried following solutions but none helped: this Tried git pull heroku master (results below) Tried trying git push heroku -
I have a question related to Git internals. I have a remote git repo where each push on the master triggers a build. In order to minimize the data transfer from my local repo to the remote one, I'm tr
This question already has an answer here: pull/push from multiple remote locations 9 answers How can I make git push to push not only to origin but also another remote repository? as git push i
We have a repository with multiple tags. Each tag represents a version of the software. We are pushing the repository to a remote server. When we do a fresh clone off the remote server, the tags are n
I added some files to the repo, committed, and attempted to push to Github: $ git add . $ git commit -m 'bla' $ git push origin master I am getting an error when I try to push to Github. Counting ob
I cloned TFS repo to my local Git and then tried to change TFS remote to another repository to transmit all the changesets to it using the following commands: git tf --force configure http://tfs2012:8
GIT: I'm trying to push a file to a repo of a friend but errors on public key. git push origin testbranch Permission denied (publickey). fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Where and how do
I have a git subtree my-subtree in my main repo my-repo that links to a remote repo. I made a commit to files belonging to my-subtree in my-repo. Then I wanted to push these changes back to the remot
I am starting with Git, so I feel that this question could be the newbiest question of day because this task is so simple, but it's causing a terrible headache.. I have 2 local branches: master local
Hi I have solved some merge conflicts, committed then tried to Push my changes and received the following error: c:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\git.exe push --recurse-submodules=check origin master:
I am trying to push my recent commits to a Git repository that I have set up on Bitbucket, and for some reason it never pushes. Xcode just gets stuck on the screen saying Pushing Changes... and Pre
In Eclipse with Git installed, I can successfully push my project using Team --> Remote --> Push. However, if I use Team --> Push to Upstream, the following error showed up: https://githu
I've tried looking for an answer for this but can't find a straight answer. I'm running the code below. git fetch upstream # get the latest copy from master / upstream git merge upstream/master # merg
I'm behind a proxy, and I'm quite new to git and I'm on Windows XP. I've been able to make a git push origin master work from msysgit but can't make it work in Cygwin with Cygwin's git. I configured g
I just created a GitHub account, installed Git Source Control Provider and GitExtensions to work using Visual Studio. All the setup is done, and I managed to push my local codebase to GitHub. Now, I w