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how to permanently remove a commit from remote and local

i accidently pushed some commit to the remote server and i want to remove the commit so that if i call git status it wont say you are 2 commits behind

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minnsey Atlassian Team Aug 28, 2018

Hi, 

You will have to do a hard reset your local repository to the correct commit and then do a force push to bring your remote back in to sync with your local copy. Be aware this could ave a big impact on any colleagues who have already fetched the two commits you want to remove.

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