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Commits back to 2020

Good morning people

I'm facing a problem. I committed a change, following with
Git Status
Git add .
Git commit -m "...."
git pull origin master
git push

And now on the gitbucket dashboard, under commits, it looks like the master is empty, and the last commit was made in 2020.

Through Git Status I can identify the gits performed hije, and last week, which shows that they still exist.

What should I do? Have you been through this?


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I managed to solve

I will leave what I did to help other people who may have the same problem.

I cloned the repository "Since the commits had apparently gone up", I made some change, and made another git, to go up the repository.

This brought git back to normal. And the commit listing went back to the current date.

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