Good day -
It appears that the remote server that responds to a local
$ git update remote ``` is NOT providing an up-to-date list of commits. I am trying to maintain an up-to-date local copy of a Bit Bucket git:
This is a paid-for repository for my JCI work. But the problem is, after I 'git remote update', recent commits are NOT fetched to my local copy - eg. as shown by this script log created today (2018-12-04):
But this 'git remote update'ed repository is NOT up-to-date! : When I then do:
$ cd /tmp
$ git clone 'https://bitbucket.org/garageard/nfmihandhygiene_corefw'
$ cd nfmihandhygiene_corefw
$ git log --oneline | head -10 | sed -r 's/[[:space:]].*$//'
So the newly cloned copy has gained 3 commits
that the 'git remote update'-ed copy cannot see.
Why is this ?
This really makes Bit Bucket's GIT server
unusable for us - we need to see new commits
getting fetched when a 'git update remote' is done.
Unless this bug is fixed, I'll have to move our
GITs onto another platform that works
properly (eg. github).