I ran into this problem with Git 1.9.5. Downloading the 2.4.x version fixed my problem, although I had to copy my .bashrc file over to .profile. I also had to aim my ConEmu at the “Program Files” version of Git as it moved from the “Program Files (x86)” folder (I downloaded the 64-bit version).
Look at the bottom of this blog post for the solution to this issue.
I’m using the regular Windows git client (1.9.5.msysgit.1 downloaded from git-scm.com) to push a repository with a 46KB file to a remote repository that is a Team Foundation Server Git repository.
When I do “git push” the console hangs for about 5 minutes (sometimes more) and then gives me a 401 error:
I know my credentials are correct. When I enter wrong credentials I get an immediate error and don’t even see the first line from git push (the “Counting Objects” line).
I have been able to get this to work when
- (smaller file) The only file in the repo is 20KB in size, OR
- (use MS client and server) Instead of using the regular git client (1.9.5.msysgit.1), I use Visual Studio 2013, OR
- (use non-MS client and server) I push to a github remote (like this…
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