I can not enter a repository of mine.

Jordi Muntada avatarJordi Muntada created an issue

The message I get is as follows: Something went wrong.

You can contact support or create a public issue if the problem persists.

This might be useful in debugging the problem:

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Comments (6)

  1. Nicolas Venegas

    Hi Jordi

    It appears that your repository is somewhat corrupt on our servers:

    $ git fsck --full
    Checking object directories: 100% (256/256), done.
    Checking objects: 100% (212/212), done.
    broken link from  commit 30d18b649fc7f364dd17cc28101cfd841f825716
                  to  commit f235eeeef4ab683eaba9875b361e6fa5101599ff
    missing commit f235eeeef4ab683eaba9875b361e6fa5101599ff
    

    If you run that locally, do you run into the same error? If not, it might be best to push up your code to a new repository and delete the old one.

    Cheers

    Nicolas

  2. Brodie Rao

    Hi Jordi,

    I've reset your repository to an empty state. If "git fsck --full" works locally, try pushing up your changes again and everything should be good. You can also delete the repo if you wish.

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