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Fisheye Cannot Pull from Mercurial

From my admin screen I have a red dialog box on the repository screen that seems to indicate that there is corruption in the local Hg repository (see err message below). I need guidance and maybe recommended steps to recover or rebuild this repository.


Unable to pull from remote repository: http://mercurial:7999

- transaction abort!, rollback completed, abort: data/Build/Static/Data/Export/Export.tpl.i@5871bfb93a86: unknown parent!

- pulling from http://mercurial:7999/

searching for changes

adding changesets

adding manifests

adding file changes

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Never solved this one. I had to completely reinstall and everything was fine.

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Conor Atlassian Team May 31, 2012

You could try recloning and reindexing. This will fetch a fresh clone from the remote repository and reindex the repository.

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