Murmel first, this is a community wiki so feel free to improve, second, --get assumes particular behavior, I make a note that there are other ways to set upstreams but this provides a way to find the information without only relying on git tooling to be correct. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. I did log into git with a different accout then sqitch back. I still get: fatal: No configured push destination. For now, just imagine that the remote server is running some git software that allows it to communicate to multiple git clients at the same time. I'll show you how to do that. Since it is private, if they haven't done that, you won't be able to access the repository.
I am using windows 10 and one repository is private and the other is public, if that matters. The message I get is: fatal: repository '' not found when I enter git remote -v I get origin fetch origin push I havent been using git that long. The path can be a file path, an http path, an ssh path, a git path, etc. So you didn't need to mention the whole remote repository path every time. But when one is for read and the other is for write, one alias is enough. The table below shows how the formats vary based on protocol. If you don't want to edit the configuration file, you can also clone the repository from the new location.
But if you need to do something the authors didn't expect anyone would ever need to do, then sometimes messing with the internals is required. Thanks Yes, it is private. Beyond that, since it is a private repository you should probably contact private support at. This changes the push destination of origin to that Git repository. First before you switch the remote origin to the new server you will need to pull all branches from the old server. Delta compression using up to 4 threads.
But you do have to be willing to accept the consequences if you get it wrong. To make things easier, we can make aliases for these paths. I want to change the Git default remote branch destination so I could just git push Instead of: git push upstream Currently this is set to the origin remote and I want to set it to a different remote. I suspect that some part didnt switch over while another part did. I dont know what it means when one command cant find the repository another command reports.
Now, moving on to Remote repositories or Remotes — Remotes allow project collaboration. For more options, see your Git documentation. You also won't have to enter a password. Git isn't perfect, its better to understand the data, what it does and then hope its invocations work appropriately. They will have the access to take a look at what might be going wrong. How to change the remote url for your local git repository Posted in - Last updated Nov. Much simpler than moving Subversion repository.
In this case, you create a new branch and work on it instead. From my limited testing git pull origin; git push origin; gitx everything seems in order. After setting a default remote. Apart from fetch, there is a pull operation that performs both the fetch and merge operations at once. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. It will not bring it on to your master branch, until you merge it.
You can name it whatever you like if the naming is allowed by Git. Browse other questions tagged or. Not the answer you're looking for? We were using the personal git account of an employee to hold our repositories, but that employee has left. I believe however that this is incorrect behavior. Bitbucket, the login name MyUsername and the repository coolproject, then running the above command would output something like this: origin git bitbucket. But doesn't solve the git push problem.
It is the current repository itself. However, when I go to my github account, the aforementioned repo doesn't exist. Once you've done that, then the remote connection you've defined already will work. You should follow steps similar to the ones in. You can rename it whatever is allowed.