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Error when cloning from bitbucket repository


i'm getting this error when i'm trying to clone from my bitbucket with either sourcetree or git, can any 1 help me? thanks.

 here is a link with the problem:



cloning error fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly 0 GiB | 5.86 MiB/s

fatal: early EOF fatal: index-pack failed Error(s) during clone: git clone failed: exit status 128

1 answer

this is my error: git clone fails after 1 GB

i cannot stop the bitbucket or change anything in it since its from the company.


and i have no idea what Nginx is :\, thanks for helping tho, still trying to fix it.

Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jun 07, 2018

Okay. The following might work for you:

  • Try and clone from Sourcetree again, but under "Advanced Options" set "Clone depth" to 1 rather than 0
  • If the repo clone works, and the repo opens, then you should click the "Terminal" button and run the following command:
    git fetch --unshallow 

yes, that helped, thank you, but now i only see the master branch, how do i make it so that all the other branches appear?


Thank you very much for all the help so far.

Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jun 07, 2018

Try running:

git pull --all

 in your terminal. You might find this thread helpful.

$ git pull --all
Fetching origin
Already up to date.

i'll take a look into that threat thank you

i've tried it, but it's not working.

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