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Can I delete/tidy up old FETCH_HEAD files?

My local repository is in a One Drive local folder. it looks like there was a glitch and I have ended up with twp versions of file .git/FETCH_HEAD-<pc-name>-94. In fact there are several files, ending in -93, -92, ... -4, -3, -2.

As I understand it these FETCH_HEAD files are short-lived files representing the fetch status from my remote repository (I only have origin).

  • Can I delete all these old .git/FETCH_HEAD files?
  • Is there a git or Sourcetree command to reconcile my local and remote repos?

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minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 17, 2018

Hi

Personally when git goes bad, if possible I tend to cut my loses and backup that copy and re-clone.

Other than that you could try git fsck to see if that offers any solutions https://git-scm.com/docs/git-fsck

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