git remote add [-f]
name repository-urlgit remote rm
namegit remote show
namegit remote prune [--dry-run]
namegit remote update [
Manipulate remotes, which act as short forms for tracking repository URLs and branches. This command takes one of several forms:
Register a new remote name at repository-url. With -f, also git fetch the set of remote branches from the new remote.
Unregister the remote name.
Show information about the given remote name.
Delete remote tracking branches that no longer exist on the remote name. To prevent accidental data loss, remote tracking branches in the local repository are never deleted unless you run this command.
Equivalent to running git fetch name for each of the names individually. If no names are provided, fetches all the registered remotes.
To show information about the remote named origin (which is created automatically by git clone):
git remote show origin* remote origin URL: git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git HEAD branch: master Remote branches: master tracked production tracked Local branches configured for 'git pull': master merges with remote master production merges with remote production Local refs configured for 'git push': master pushes to master (up to date) production pushes to production (local out of date)
To replace origin with a pointer to a ...