The "remote" command:
Use this command to view or modify the set of remote repositories used as the default target for sync, push, and pull and for autosync.
The default remote is set automatically by a "clone" command or by any "sync", "push", or "pull" command that specifies an explicit URL and omits the --once flag. The default remote is used by auto-syncing and by "sync", "push", and "pull" that omit the server URL. Additional remotes can be added using the "add" command or deleted using the "delete" command. The name of any additional remote can be used as an argument to the "sync", "push", and "pull" commands where one would normally put a URL argument.
See "fossil help clone" for further information about URL formats.
The official name of this command is "remote-url" but most people use the shortened name "remote".
- fossil remote
With no arguments, this command shows the current default remote. Or if there is no default, it shows "off". The default remote is used by autosync. The default remote is whatever URL was specified for the most recent "sync", "push", or "pull" command that omitted the --once option.
- fossil remote add NAME URL
Add a new URL to the set of remotes. The new URL is assigned the symbolic identifier "NAME". Subsequently, NAME can be used in place of the full URL on commands like "push" and "pull".
- fossil remote delete NAME
Delete a URL previously added by the "add" subcommand.
- fossil remote list
Show all remote URLs
- fossil remote off
Disable the default URL. Use this as a shorthand to prevent autosync while in airplane mode, for example.
- fossil remote REF
Make REF the new default URL. The prior default URL is replaced. REF can be either an explicit URL or a NAME from a prior "add".