Hi, I have a problem when I try to get the latest version.
The repository is configured correctly, since this starts happening after I updated Redgate to the last version.
Anyone knows what can be happened?


  • Tianjiao_LiTianjiao_Li Posts: 684 Rose Gold 5
    edited October 26, 2017 8:50AM
    This error occurs when our Git library attempts to read the repository's metadata files but cannot finish for whatever reason -

    The best way to resolve this is to either:

    1- Create a new repository for the database files (so that the metadata files are clean)
    2- Unlink and use the Custom option with the Git config file to link to your local repository. Note you will have to use your Git tool (GitBash, TortoiseGit, SourceTree etc.) to Push and Pull instead of SQL Source Control.

    If it doesn't help, can you show us the errors in your log file?
    Kind regards

    Tianjiao Li | Redgate Software
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