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From Stefan Bodewig <>
Subject Re: [commons-complex] Pushing Apache git repo to Github mirror
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2017 15:16:53 GMT
On 2017-01-04, Eric Barnhill wrote:

> I have read the information regarding read-only git mirrors at
> .

You are not using a read-only mirror for [complex], so applies. Not that it'd say too
much or help in a particular way :-)

> However I have a git mirror for commons-complex at
> , it is empty while the
> apache git repo at
> has a
> commit.

Has the github integration been set up for this repo at all? This
doesn't happen automatically IIRC, you may need to file a JIRA ticket
for the INFRA project.

It may also depend on which branch you've pushed to and which branch
github integration has been set up for.

> Can anyone tell me how to push this commit to the github mirror, or does it
> propagate over time.

You don't do that yourself, it happens automatically. Sometimes
something goes wrong, though. The mirror of Ant is out of date as the
github integration seems to have had problems the last weekend. Those
hiccups usually heal themselves on subsequent commits.


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