Git Repo does not use latest commit for file (through GitLab)

Hi, not sure if this relates to GitLab or is a common Git issue. There are several files in our repository which were modified in the last weeks but are effectively displayed and delivered as old revisions. Here is one example:

File production.logback-spring.xml in master-Branch shows commit d26c60fb from 12 Nov 2018. Even when I pull the repo with master-Branch, this file gets delivered. But I committed a newer version on 14 Jan 2019. This is shown correctly as last committed file in File History in master-Branch.

I don’t understand what’s going on here. Is this a common Git behaviour I don’t know about?

Thanks

Jeong

File History:

File View (content of old commit d26c60fb is showing and really gets delivered when pulling repo)

It is just a display error in GitLab. There was a merge into master which reverted my last commit, but this did not show up in GitLab.

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