john at keeping.me.uk
Wed Sep 23 10:52:13 CEST 2015
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On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 01:26:14AM +0000, Dunnigan, Terrence J wrote:
> 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.
Were you running as the same user as CGit? Is there any chance that
filesystem permissions are inconsistent?
> 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'.
Have you tried adding the repository explicitly? You can set repo.url
to something unrelated so that the explicit version does not interfere
with the one discovered by "scan-path".
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Keeping
> 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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