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Git pack file corrupt

Hello, every time I clone this project, sourcetree complains it is out of memory because of a corrupt pack file in the .git/objects/pack folder. They are quite large (usually around 1.5-2gb each) but it has never happened before even with larger projects. This is the second time I've made a new git for the project, even after removing many larger files.

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minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 19, 2018


I'm guessing that, since it is a git error, you get the same behaviour form the git command line.

If it is on windows you might try installing Git for Windows x64 or some of the solutions described here

You can switch Sourcetree to use a System installed x64 version of Git in Tools/Options/Git tab

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