Git reset hard

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How do I use 'git reset --hard HEAD' to revert to a ...

First, it's always worth noting that git reset --hard is a potentially dangerous command, since it throws away all your uncommitted changes. For safety, you should always check that the output of git status is clean (that is, empty) before using it.. Initially you say the following: So I know that Git tracks changes I make to my application, and it holds on to them until I commit the changes ...
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Git reset --hard and a remote repository - Stack Overflow

If forcing a push doesn't help ("git push --force origin" or "git push --force origin master" should be enough), it might mean that the remote server is refusing non fast-forward pushes either via receive.denyNonFastForwards config variable (see git config manpage for description), or via update / pre-receive hook.With older Git you can work around that restriction by deleting "git push origin ...
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git bash - How do I undo the most recent local commits in ...

Missing a crucial point: If the said commit was previously 'pushed' to the remote, any 'undo' operation, no matter how simple, will cause enormous pain and suffering to the rest of the users who have this commit in their local copy, when they do a 'git pull' in the future.
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version control - Reset or revert a specific file to a ...

I have made some changes to a file which has been committed a few times as part of a group of files, but now want to reset/revert the changes on it back to a previous version. I have done a git log
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git - Reset local repository branch to be just like remote ...

git reset --hard HEAD actually only resets to the last committed state. In this case HEAD refers to the HEAD of your branch. If you have several commits, this won't work.. What you probably want to do, is reset to the head of origin or whatever you remote repository is called.
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git checkout - How to revert a Git repository to a ...

Reverting Working Copy to Most Recent Commit. To revert to a previous commit, ignoring any changes: git reset --hard HEAD where HEAD is the last commit in your current branch
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git rebase - Delete commits from a branch in Git - Stack ...

I would like to know how to delete a commit. By delete, I mean it is as if I didn't make that commit, and when I do a push in the future, my changes will not push to the remote branch.. I read git help, and I think the command I should use is git reset --hard HEAD.Is this correct?
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Undoing a git rebase - Stack Overflow

In case ORIG_HEAD is no longer useful, you can also use the [email protected]{n} syntax, where n is the nth prior position of the branch pointer. So for example, if you rebase featureA branch onto your master branch, but you don't like the result of the rebase, then you can simply do git reset --hard [email protected]{1} to reset the branch back to exactly where it was before you did the rebase.
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version control - How to undo 'git add' before commit ...

I mistakenly added files to git using the command: git add myfile.txt I have not yet run git commit. Is there a way to undo this, so these files won't be included in the commit? There are 48 a...
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Git pull after forced update - Stack Overflow

To receive the new commits. git fetch Reset. You can reset the commit for a local branch using git reset.. To change the commit of a local branch: git reset origin/master --hard
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