I’ve never had a problem with GIT CLONE on 2.3.5 but (I think) this is the first clone I’ve performed since upgrading.
I am clone from a local directory to a local directory and getting the following:
/u/u700215/zGIT-Repository/MVSDEMO>git clone /u/u700215/zGIT-Repository/MVSDEMO /u/u700215/zGIT-Repository/MVSDEMO3
Cloning into ‘/u/u700215/zGIT-Repository/MVSDEMO3’…
fatal: cannot run git-upload-pack ‘/u/u700215/zGIT-Repository/MVSDEMO’: EDC5129I No such file or directory.
fatal: unable to fork
On branch master
nothing to commit, working tree clean
I performed a git status immediately after the clone failed and you can see that the MVSDEMO repository does exist.
Could you specify git version, which you use? If you recently updated git, please, check that you have installed git from this archive: git-2.14.4_b08.181016.tar.gz
**/u/u700215>git --version **
git version 2.14.4_zos_b06
This looks like a problem that we have just fixed in build 8. Please, could you update it?
Thank you. That fixed my problem.