I apologize, but I can't retrace my steps, so my problem is not replicable. The current situation is: 1 main repo and 1 directory/encrypted special remote. From the main repo, I see 0 available copy of the files I need. But when I do a fsck I do see the file. The problem is that the location log does not seem to get fixed after fsck, as I cannot use git-annex get to obtain the file, even after the fsck command.
Do you have any suggestions for next diagnostic/repair steps?
Thanks a lot for your time and answer!
macbook% git annex fsck foo.zip --from needle fsck foo.zip (gpg) You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for user: “me firstname.lastname@example.org” 2048-bit RSA key, ID ???????, created 2013-01-11 (main key ID ????????)
(checking needle...) GPGHMACSHA1--d7036fd17214c06c83d53479dcec9554a7dc2109 13815014 100% 14.16MB/s 0:00:00 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)
sent 13816832 bytes received 42 bytes 9211249.33 bytes/sec total size is 13815014 speedup is 1.00 (fixing location log) (checksum...) ** No known copies exist of foo.zip failed (Recording state in git...) git-annex: fsck: 1 failed
macbook% git annex get foo.zip get foo.zip (not available) No other repository is known to contain the file. failed git-annex: get: 1 failed macbook%