It sucks having to revert 2 days worth of commits all for some issue that I can't independently confirm actually exists. Site owner has panicked and wants to hit Ctrl-Z back 7 commits. There goes two days of my life I'll never get back.

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    I'd create a local branch to keep those changes before reverting, or use soft reset if that's an option. Better be safe in case they want those features back after they calmed down.
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    @Shodan I definitely kept a local branch. And a couple of backups.
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    You can use git bisect to find the offending commit so you can keep the rest.

    Edit: never mind, didn't notice you mentioned you can't confirm it.
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