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Issue #3916 resolved

Getting 500 Internal Server Error

Rob Corbett
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http authorization required realm: Bitbucket.org HTTP user: rcorbett pushing to https://rcorbett@bitbucket.org/rcorbett/its searching for changes HTTP Error 500: Internal Server Error

Comments (5)

  1. Brian Nguyen
    • changed status to open

    Hi Rob,

    Your 'its' repository appears to have been completely corrupted from the first changeset. We ran hg verify on the repository and it returned:

        40782 files, 0 changesets, 34014 total revisions                                                                   
        55192 integrity errors encountered!
        (first damaged changeset appears to be 0)

    Running hg recover on the repository resulted in the repository's history being completely reset and all your files removed.

    The backup of your repo remains corrupted, but still has all the files. While we can restore your data, you would only be able to clone the repo, and not push.

    I suggest that you:

    1. Run hg verify on your local copy
    2. Ensure there are no integrity issues with your copy
    3. Execute an hg push back onto Bitbucket's repository

    If you need any further assistance please contact us at support@bitbucket.org

    Cheers, Brian

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