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The commit list does not appear complete

When i access this repository i canot see all my commits.
The recent ones does not appear.
When i filter by master branch, it shows the no commits available message.
If i clone the repository, the recent changes are there and when i do git log, it appears all my commits.

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Karthick S Atlassian Team Apr 09, 2022

Hello @rjbsousa

Thank you for reaching out to Atlassian Community!

It looks like you're affected by a bug. This bug can occur intermittently, and our team is already looking into addressing it:

As you have mentioned, as a workaround (while this problem is not fixed), you can push another commit or a new branch to the repository.

Our development team will post an update on the bug report when this is fixed. If you are not familiar with our Bug Request Policy, you can read more about it here

You can add yourself as a watcher (by selecting the Start watching this issue link in the bug report) if you'd like to get notified via email on any updates and also select the This affects my team link to indicate you are affected by this issue. 

Please, feel free to share any additional questions or concerns regarding this case.

Kind regards,
Karthick S

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Stefan Salzl Community Leader Apr 08, 2022

Hi @rjbsousa 

in krder to find a solution could you please provide further details?

  • are you working/committing directly on your remote repo?
  • or did you commit locally?
  • is there a branch active?

if possible could you also provide a screenshot that shows your setting/problem?


I commit localy and i pushed to the remote.
I allawys use the branch master.
In the first photo is shown the list of commits in the bitbucket and in the second is the git log result.

Untitled.pngScreenshot from 2022-04-08 13-54-50.png

hmm.....that sounds really weird.

Did work before? has there been any change in any configuration/change of hardeware/what so ever?

When you clone the repo do you see ALL commits (so the ones you pushed from your local repo as well as the ones from 2021 that are shown in your screenshot)?

Did you already check the url of your repo to make sure your local repo is pointing to the correct remote repo?

Yes, always worked well and there was no hardware change.
I see all commits when i clone the repo.
The url is pointing to the correct repo.
And even stranger is  when i filter by master branch, it shows there are no commits available.

Stefan Salzl Community Leader Apr 08, 2022

whaaaaat???! 🙈 ok this is really strange. I‘m kinda running out of ideas, sorry.

One last thing that comes to my mind would be to check if there maybe has been a „rename“ of the master branch to main (bc this is something I had some hard times in the past months 🤣).


There are no main branch in the repo.
I'm thinking of push a commit to the remote repo.
Do you know what might happen?

Nevermind, i've already solve it.
I pushed a tag to remote and all the commits appeared again.
Thanks for your help.
But i think it's a bug caused by not having introduced info in one of your db tables.

Stefan Salzl Community Leader Apr 08, 2022

mkay. that‘s really weird. good to know you got it working 👌🏼

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