We have been creating branches for a long time now (1 year or so) using the Bitbucket web site. After this I would do a git fetch using Git Bash (tortoise) which will identify that there is a new branch and after that I can do a git checkout mybranch
All of a sudden, I create new branches (done this twice now), I do a git fetch which identifies that there is a new branch, but when I do get checkout mybranch I get
fatal: reference is not a tree: mybranch
Additionally when I do git branch, the new branch is not actually listed.
Our bamboo server is also throwing the same error so we are unable to run the build.
If I use Source Tree the branch is downloaded properly but, it is no use as Bamboo doesn't use Source Tree.
I have seen other people on the internet having same error but none of the issues seem related to what I am experiencing.
Any ideas or clues on how to proceed?
Hello. I met same problem.
Atlassian Bamboo version 7.2.2 build 70209 - 22 Jan 21
I run plan for custom revision. I got error in pipeline and when try to restart incomplete job, got same error. Create new pipeline for this revision? resolved this problem. Probably it's some bag.
Yes I always use the command line git bash, I only use Sourcetree to look at code differences. That is were I found out that I could checkout the branch with sourcetree.
I did look at the link you sent but I couldn't find a relation to what is happening. Our webhooks have not changed and are not any of the ones listed on that link (if I am understanding that properly).
I got it to partially work now. I checked in a "dummy" change against master and now all new branches can be checked out normally using the command line. Having said this, for the two old branches that had issues I am still unable to check them out (so is bamboo). So to move forward I have decided to ignore those two branches. It is a pity thought that I don't know what the actual problem is.
Thanks for your response
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