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error: pack-objects died of signal 9

I have a problem to make new clone.

warning: templates not found C:\Program Files\Git\share\git-core\templates

error: pack-objects died of signal 9
error: git upload-pack: git-pack-objects died with error.
fatal: git upload-pack: aborting due to possible repository corruption on the remote side.
remote: aborting due to possible repository corruption on the remote side.
fatal: early EOF

fatal: index-pack failed

 what can i do?

using windows7

source tree ver. 1.9..1


I can mane new clone from one server(A) but I have problem another server(b)

and I could fetch B at this A account 

these server managing same company

 I hope somebody advice me




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Seth Rising Star Nov 03, 2016

Chances are the server hosting your repository is running out of memory. If you do some google searches for "git clone error: pack-objects died of signal 9" you'll find articles like the one above that describe some things you can do to get around the memory issue.

If those work, you could also request for the memory on those servers to be increased, or switch to a professional hosting service (github or bitbucket, for example).

Thank you for your advice.
Now it was solved! 

I have got the same problem when I try to make this instruction : git pull 

error: merge-base died of signal 9

error: fetch died of signal 9


How did you solve the problem please

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