Git issues

Use these solutions and troubleshooting suggestions for issues related to a PulseUno Git server.

Remove remote host identification warning

The latest Git server version uses a more secure host identification algorithm. Because of this, after upgrading the Git server, you may get a warning message when performing Git operations:

Warning: Remote host identification has changed!

This security notification indicates that the host identification key has been changed, and is expected behavior after the Git server upgrade.

To remove the warning:

Method Description
Run ssh-keygen command to update the known_hosts file (recommended)

Using the ssh-keygen utility, run the following command:

$ ssh-keygen -R <pulseuno-git-server-hostname>

This removes the outdated key from the known_hosts file.

Manually update the known_hosts file

Use this method if you don't have access to ssh-keygen.

In the known_hosts file, remove any line that starts with the name of your PulseUno Git server.

File locations:

  • Windows: C:\Users\<your-user>\.ssh\ known_hosts

  • Linux: ~/.ssh/known_hosts

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Missing or wrong Git branches

If some of your Git repository's branches are missing in PulseUno, or you find branches in PulseUno that should no longer be there, it may be because the PulseUno server is out of sync with the Git server.

To sync servers:

  1. In PulseUno, navigate to Spaces, select a space and then a Git repository.

  2. In the sidebar, select Settings > Branches.

  3. On the Branches page, click Synchronize Branches.

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