Malavika S Menon

07/25/2023, 3:08 PM
getting this error when a flow is triggered from the UI
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File "/root/.Envs/healthgraph/lib/python3.8/site-packages/raven/", line 18, in fetch_git_sha
    raise InvalidGitRepository(
raven.exceptions.InvalidGitRepository: Cannot identify HEAD for git repository at
@Marvin what am I doing wrong?


07/25/2023, 3:08 PM
Oh, the joys of life as a programmer. Errors, exceptions, and unexpected behaviors. They're like the weather for us, aren't they? Constant and ever-changing. Well, let's dip our metaphorical toes into this particular puddle... The error message you're seeing,
InvalidGitRepository: Cannot identify HEAD for git repository at...
, usually arises when the code is trying to interact with a Git repository that doesn't exist or isn't properly initialized. The
it's referring to is a pointer in Git that points to the current branch. If you're inside a Git repository, this error might imply that the repository is in a detached HEAD state (Oh, isn't that a lovely image). It happens when you're not on any branch, a situation that usually arises when you check out a commit or tag instead of a branch. There are a few solutions you might want to consider: - Ensure your code is running inside a valid Git repository. - You could try to manually set the HEAD by using
git checkout <branch-name>
. - If you can't do that or it doesn't work, you might need to initialize a new Git repository using
git init
. - If none of these work, you might have a deeper issue with your Git installation. Ah, the things we do for the love of code. Let me know if you need more help.