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       ori - Ori File System command line interface


       ori COMMAND [ARGUMENTS...]


       This  tool  provides  the  command  line  interface  to  the  Ori distributed file system.
       Provides useful tools for accessing, manipulating, and repairing Ori repositories  without
       the  use  of FUSE.  It can be used alone without FUSE to checkout a snapshot of a tree and
       commit changes to one.  This tool is also the  main  daemon  used  by  the  SSH  push/pull

       This  command  line  tool  also  controls the Ori FUSE driver if run inside a mounted file
       system rather than a repository.  Only certain commands are supported at  the  moment  and
       the list is documented in the orifs man page.

       N.B.  This  project  is still in flux and repository layouts may not be compatible between
       releases.  You may be required to copy files from one repository to another  manually  and
       the history may not be preserved.


       This  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.

       checkout [--force] COMMIT-HASH
              Checkout a revision of  the  repository.   By  default  this  applies  the  current
              modified files onto the specified revision, but for most users the merge command is
              a safer alternative.  The --force flag is  used  to  discard  current  changes  and
              checkout the revision specified.

       log    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   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.

       status Show a list of currently modified files and directories in the repository.

       tip    Print the commit hash for the HEAD revision.


       This section lists commands used to clone repositories, pull changes, and manage a list of
       remote  repositories to interact with.  The special remote repository named origin is used
       as the default for certain operations that take an optional remote name. At the moment  an
       InstaCloned repository can only be created with orifs.

       replicate [--ondemand] SOURCE-PATH
              Clone a remote or local repository into a new directory.

       pull [PATH|REMOTE-NAME]
              Pulls  changes from a repository. The user can specify a path to another repository
              or the name of a previously registered repository. By  default  the  command  pulls
              from the origin.

       remote Display a list of the remote nodes.

       remote add NAME PATH
              Add a remote repository given a path

       remote remove NAME
              Remove a remote repository by name


       This  section  lists a few commands that are for advanced users only.  They either provide
       access to lower level functionality or are experimental.  The verify command is useful  to
       all users to check that the repository has not been corrupted.

              Displays a log of relevant commits made to the specified file.

              Searches for detached heads that are not referenced by a branch.

       gc     Garbage collect any deleted objects that have not been reclaimed.  This will repack
              the pack files that contain deleted objects.

       graft  Experimental command to graft changes from one repository into another.

       purgecommit COMMIT-HASH
              Deletes a commit. Use this command with caution as  it's  experimental  as  certain
              commands may no longer work after.

       verify Verify that the repository is consistent.


       help   Display a list of commands and their purpose.

       SEE ALSO
              orifs(1), orisync(1), ori_httpd(1)