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We're getting a lot of errors on our SCM triggers for projects. The full log is:

SCM-Triggered Automatic Build "<TRIGGERNAME>" (#144) in application "<PROJECTNAME>" using "<SOURCECONTROLPROVIDER" provider: Errors getting SCM state: Target OID for the reference doesn't exist on the repository

This is for our GitHub Source Control Provider.

Interestingly the same provider works for other repositories. Any ideas about what would cause one repository to fail over the others?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 5.3.7

This is an internal GIt error, and can usually be resolved by just deleting the local repository (under the TMP\SrcRepos folder).