Linux – CentOS – GIT – Version Mismatch – CentOS5 CentOS6
Be careful when upgrading CentOS 5.x servers to 6.x with respect to GIT. On CentOS 5.x GIT was not available via default repo, so I compiled it manually and it was on version 1.7.6, but when I installed CentOS 6 and did a yum install for GIT, it was at version 1.7.1.
Glad that CentOS finally provided GIT via the default repo, I let yum handle the install, but when I went to start pushing code to my production box (with git 1.7.6) I kept getting GIT failures. Only after I upgraded my production box to CentOS6 and yum installed GIT, did my code push script work again.
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