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NAME

       ostree.repo - OSTree repository configuration and layout

DESCRIPTION

       An OSTree repository is structurally similar to a git repository; it is a
       content-addressed object store containing filesystem trees. However, unlike git, ostree is
       designed to store operating system binaries. It records the Unix uid and gid, permissions,
       as well as extended attributes.

       A repository can be in one of three modes; bare, which is designed as a hard link source
       for operating system checkouts, bare-user, which is like bare but works on systems that
       run as non-root as well as non-root containers, and archive-z2, which is designed for
       static HTTP servers.

       There is a system repository located at /ostree/repo. If no repository is specified --
       either by a command-line option or the OSTREE_REPO environment variable -- the ostree as
       well as many API calls will use it by default.

COMPONENTS OF A REPOSITORY

       The only user-editable component is the config file. For more information, see
       ostree.repo-config(5).

SEE ALSO

       ostree(1), ostree.repo-config(1)