Question

How do I disable connection time out while processing git checkout command issued over SSH connection ?

  • Posted December 30, 2013
Subscribe
Share

Submit an answer
You can type!ref in this text area to quickly search our full set of tutorials, documentation & marketplace offerings and insert the link!

These answers are provided by our Community. If you find them useful, show some love by clicking the heart. If you run into issues leave a comment, or add your own answer to help others.

You have only 2.6GB available, you need to upgrade your droplet: <br> <br>Snapshot your droplet, destroy your droplet, tcreate a new droplet from the snapsho (or Snapshot your droplet, create a new droplet from the snapshot, destroy your old droplet, if you’re nervous about having no droplet for a little bit, but the first will probably preserve your ip address, but the second won’t).

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on <br>/dev/vda 20G 17G 2.6G 87% / <br>udev 242M 4.0K 242M 1% /dev <br>tmpfs 99M 248K 99M 1% /run <br>none 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/lock <br>none 246M 0 246M 0% /run/shm <br> <br>How can I increase disk size ?

<blockquote>I am using basic droplet with 20 GB storage. Is this storage used for operating system / virtual machine ?</blockquote> <br>Yes, it is. How much space do you have free? <br><pre>df -h</pre>

Does it have to do something with droplet disk size. I am using basic droplet with 20 GB storage. Is this storage used for operating system / virtual machine ?

After some time “repo sync” ( repo is the special wrapper command that actually uses git ) that is being processes stops with following error: <br> <br>“error: Cannot fetch kernel/common3067733), 618.14 MiB | 2.41 MiB/s” <br> <br>It happens every time I issue the command. The repository has approximately 10 GB.

Is it your SSH client that’s timing out? Or Git? Or …?