Verifying and Repairing Repository



This article guides users in performing validation and repair in cases where the repository is showing errors in some instances, such as the scenarios described in the below use cases.


  • The repository reports that it is empty when it is not.
  • The repository is stuck while processing changeset requests.
  • A programmer checked in a change into a Kiln repository but a change is not showing up in the Kiln UI.



  1. Add /check to the end of the repository URL to perform a validation of the repository.
    For example:
    https://<your instance name> 
  2. The verification results are displayed as shown in the below example. Fix and resolve the errors detected.
  3. Click the Repair Repository button.


After the repair, you receive a "Repair complete." message. The verification results should have all green checkmarks. You can now successfully create a fork/repository of the module needed, and work with the repository.