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Old 08-20-2010, 08:24 AM   #11
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I did do "git update-server-info" locally, before I uploaded, but I am not sure if that is good enough.


Apparently not, I guess, although I don't (yet) understand why.


This is probably also safer, because now I have to swap the updated and outdated repository each time I upload it, so for a very short moment during the swap it is unavailable. I assume Git would take care this if I push changes.

Anyway, I think I will have to either install Git on my webserver, or move things over to a Git hosting website.
Yeah, or maybe run git update-server-info locally and rsync -- if it is invalid for a moment then anybody fetching at that time can refetch I'm sure. Depending on your web server's distribution, installing git can be pretty trivial (sudo apt-get install git-core).
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