Dunnigan, Terrence J
terrence.j.dunnigan at boeing.com
Wed Sep 23 03:26:14 CEST 2015
The missing branches neither appear on the summary page nor the refs page, even after cleaning the browser cache.
When I run 'git for-each-ref' in the git repository on the git server I see all of the branches.
It's as if cgit is looking at an older version of the repo, even though the scan path points to the same directory in which I just performed 'git for-each-ref'.
From: John Keeping [mailto:john at keeping.me.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2015 5:42 PM
To: Dunnigan, Terrence J
Cc: cgit at lists.zx2c4.com
Subject: Re: Missing branches
On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 09:25:19PM +0000, Dunnigan, Terrence J wrote:
> One of our cgit instances (0.10.1) is not displaying all branches in a
> repo. We've turned caching off (cache-size = 0) and deleted the cache
> under /var/cache/cgit, and we are still missing branches.
> The branches are missing from multiple repos. We've verified that
> scan-path points to the correct directory, and that the git repository
> directory actually has the missing branches.
> For some reason, cgit is just not displaying all of the branches. One
> repo has 5 branches yet cgit only displays 2, for example.
Do you mean on the summary page or the refs page? The refs page should show everything but the summary page will only show the number allowed by the "summary-tags" and "summary-branches" configuration variables, although those default to 10.
Can you run `git for-each-ref` in the repository CGit is displaying to see if the branches show up there? CGit should be displaying everything under "refs/heads/".
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