Steps to reproduce
1. Create branch locally and checkout that branch.
2. Modify/add/remove files and commit the changes
3. Push the local branch to origin
4. Create pull request
5. Modify more files, do commit
6. Push the updated branch to origin.
The workaround is to decline pull request and open it once again.
This issue concerns only one repository and there no special hooks defined for it.
We use Bitbucket 4.0.1 (DataCenter). Restarting the BitBucket doesn't help.
When we clone repo as a bare like below:
git clone --mirror <URL> and later push to the just created:
git push --mirror <URL>
the issue doesn't exist, everything is fine there.
Can you open a support request for this problem at https://support.atlassian.com, reproduce the problem and include a support zip (Administration > Support Tools) that includes the logs? That will allow us to further investigate the problem.
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