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Does this issue occur when you try this locally?: No
Does this issue occur when you try this locally and all extensions are disabled?: No
I saw the same thing when I had only 1GB of memory on my server. Also there were 2 node processes running at 40%.
When I increased to 2GB all the problems went away and git started showing the changes.
The VM that I used is a pristine VM with 4GB RAM and no background job running.
Another interesting thing is:
when I open git view on vscode, I need to press refresh everytime I modify my files to make the changes reflected on git view.
Similar to #314
Do file events work at all? If you create a file using the command line, does it appear in the file explorer without a refresh?
@joaomoreno in explorer view, when I create a file it is displayed instantly without refresh
however that file won't show on source control view unstaged changes until I hit refresh
source control view
What if you create a file using the command line?
just tried it, the file will be automatically updated in the Explorer pane, but not in Source Control pane (need to click refresh)
Is your remote directory symlinked? I had the same issue with git gutters when connected to a symlinked directory, but when I changed to the source directory, I saw gutters again.
yeah you're correct.. I just checked.
This is the same issue with microsoft/vscode#5970
Closing this in favor of that.
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