git-annex-upgrade






git‐annex‐upgrade − upgrade repository


git annex upgrade


Upgrades the repository.

     Each git‐annex repository has an annex.version in its
git configuration, that indicates the repository version.
When an old repository version becomes deprecated, git‐annex
will automatically upgrade it (unless
annex.autoupgraderepository is set to false). To manually
upgrade, you can use this command.

     Sometimes there’s a newer repository version that is
not the default yet, and then you can use this command to
upgrade to it.

     Currently, git‐annex supports upgrades all the way back
to version 0, which was only used by its author. It’s
expected that git‐annex will always support upgrading from
all past repository versions −− this is necessary to allow
archives to be taken offline for years and later used.


git‐annex(1)

     git‐annex−migrate(1)

     Upgrades procedures and history: <http://git‐
annex.branchable.com/upgrades>

     News and release notes: <http://git‐
annex.branchable.com/news/>


Joey Hess <id@joeyh.name>