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You might want to try starting over from the clone step. The error message "you are not allowed to upload merges" implies that at some point between the clone and the review you did a git pull or something similar which has introduced a merge commit into your bug/1437794 topic branch that doesn't exist in the master branch. Our Gerrit ACLs explicitly prevent inclusion of merge commits in normal code review.

You might want to try starting over from the clone step. The error message "you are not allowed to upload merges" implies that at some point between the clone and the review you did a git pull or something similar which has introduced a merge commit into your bug/1437794 topic branch that doesn't exist in the master branch. Our Gerrit ACLs explicitly prevent inclusion of merge commits in normal code review.

Alternatively, if you're a seasoned Git user, it should just be a matter of inspecting your current commit history and rebasing your commit on top of something which is present in the remote branch (for example, the branch tip commit).