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No default branch is defined

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Hi Team ,

We did upgrade bitbucket version from 6.6.3 to 7.6.9 ..after completing the upgrade process we tried testing in bitbucket repository but we are getting error like below ..

No default branch is defined

Use the links at the top to get back.

can you please guide me in this

 

Hi Team , can you please check and respond ...

we need help on this 

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Can you please check and respond , we need help on this ..

This page list possible causes and solutions.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserverkb/bitbucket-server-or-data-center-displays-a-404-error-when-opening-a-repository-1044803240.html

I have successfully deleted by broken repos and recreated them from the backup I had.

I have the exactly same message.

I have a backup so I can recreate the repo - no problem.

The issue is that I can not remove "broken" repo, so I can not restore it.

I do not want to delete the project with 10+ repos just to have this one repo fixed.

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