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Git commits not matching up

The number and dates of Git commits on two Macs and the Bitbucket website are not matching up.

2009 Mac, abandoned in 2020 because it could not longer be updated in certain areas.
However git status shows: On branch master.  Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'.  git log shows latest commits in September 2020

2022 Mac, everything transferred over from 2009 Mac, git status also shows On branch master.  Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'.  git log shows latest commits in February 2023, which is correct, and these latest commits are being deployed correctly to staging and production environments, so that part is working properly.

Bitbucket website shows latest commits in May 2020

Question 1, why does the Bitbucket website not list several commits from 2020 which were done on the 2009 Mac, and lists none of the commits done on the 2022 Mac?

Question 2, Yes, the 2009 Mac is behind the current development, but shouldn't it indicate in git status that it is several commits behind the HEAD?

Thanks much for any suggestions

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Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 12, 2023

G'day, @Cobra 

I'll be honest with you, without reviewing the repository, it's difficult to determine why there is a mismatch commit between the local and remote repositories.

So I've created a support ticket on behalf of you to continue investigating this internally, please view your ticket here. 


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