SYNOPSISori COMMAND [ARGUMENTS...]
DESCRIPTIONThis tool provides the command line interface for debugging the Ori distributed file system. Provides useful tools for accessing, manipulating, and repairing Ori repositories.
DEBUGGING COMMANDSThis list contains commands that will operate on your local instance of the repository. These may callout to remote repositories for data if this was an InstaCloned repository.
- Display a log of changes made to the repository.
- merge COMMIT-HASH
- Merges the specified change with the current HEAD.
- newfs FS-NAME
- Create a file system with the given name.
- removefs FS-NAME
- Remove the specified file system.
- Show repository information.
- snapshot [-m MESSAGE] [SNAPSHOT-NAME]
- Take a snapshot of the repository. You may optionally supply a message to be included and a name.
- List all snapshots in this repository.
- dumpobj OBJECT-HASH
- Dump the specified object in a human readable format.
- Print the commit hash for the HEAD revision.
- Displays a log of relevant commits made to the specified file.
Searches for detached heads that are not referenced by a branch.
RECOVERY COMMANDSThis section lists a few commands that are for recovery use only. Do not run these unless it is necessary. The verify command is useful to all users to check that the repository has not been corrupted.
- Garbage collect any deleted objects that have not been reclaimed. This will repack the pack files that contain deleted objects.
- purgecommit COMMIT-HASH
- Deletes a commit. Use this command with caution as it's experimental as certain commands may no longer work after.
- Rebuild the object index.
- Rebuild reference counts.
Verify that the repository is consistent.
KEY MANAGEMENT COMMANDSThis section provides a list of key management commands that help a maintain a list of trusted keys and set the signing key for commits. Commits are automatically signed if a private key is set. The log command displays whether a signature has been verified in Commit objects.
- addkey KEYFILE
- Add a signing key to the repository.
- List the signing keys available in this repository.
- Remove a public key from the repository.
Set the repository private key used for signing commits.
Display a list of commands and their purpose.