I've had the SVN Mirror plugin up and running for several months, on several repositories (both-way sync).
Now I noticed that one of the repositories misses some recent commits that are present in SVN.
I couldn't find an explanation, so I tried to destroy the GIT repo and re-import it from SVN. Those commits are still missing.
The subgit-install and subgit-sync logs show no error.
Any clue about what to look at?
Could you please report more details on the issue to our tracker? There are a few possible reasons for such behavior, e.g. those SVN revisions might change directories that not yet mapped to Git branches and tags. That is, if revisions updates directory ^/features/foo/ you have to include features/*:refs/heads/features/* into mirror configuration.
Please send `svn log -v` output for those not yet synced revisions along with debug logs of corresponding mirror.
Thank you in advance,
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