git-annex-mirror






git‐annex‐mirror − mirror content of files to/from another
repository


git annex mirror [path ...] [−−to=remote|−−from=remote]


This causes a destination repository to mirror a source
repository.

     Each specified file in the source repository is
mirrored to the destination repository. If a file’s content
is present in the source repository, it is copied to the
destination repository. If a file’s content is not present
in the source repository, it will be dropped from the
destination repository when the numcopies setting allows.

     Note that mirror does not sync the git repository, but
only the file contents. Use git‐annex−sync(1) for that.




−−to=remote

     Use the local repository as the source repository, and
     mirror its contents to the remote.


−−from=remote
     Use the remote as the source repository, and mirror its
     contents to the local repository.


−−jobs=N −JN
     Enables parallel transfers with up to the specified
     number of jobs running at once. For example: −J10


−−all −A
     Mirror all objects stored in the git annex, not only
     objects used by currently existing files.

     However, this bypasses checking the .gitattributes
     annex.numcopies setting when dropping files.

     This is the default behavior when running git‐annex in
     a bare repository.


−−branch=ref
     Operate on files in the specified branch or treeish.











                             ‐2‐


     Like −−all, this bypasses checking the .gitattributes
     annex.numcopies setting when dropping files.


−−unused
     Operate on files found by last run of git‐annex unused.


−−failed
     Operate on files that have recently failed to be
     transferred.


file matching options
     The git‐annex−matching−options(1) can be used to
     specify files to mirror.


−−json
     Enable JSON output. This is intended to be parsed by
     programs that use git‐annex. Each line of output is a
     JSON object.


−−json−progress
     Include progress objects in JSON output.


−−json−error−messages
     Messages that would normally be output to standard
     error are included in the json instead.


git‐annex(1)

     git‐annex−sync(1)


Joey Hess <id@joeyh.name>