The "all" command:
The ~/.fossil file records the location of all repositories for a user. This command performs certain operations on all repositories that can be useful before or after a period of disconnected operation.
On Win32 systems, the file is named "_fossil" and is located in %LOCALAPPDATA%, %APPDATA% or %HOMEPATH%.
Available operations are:
- Backup all repositories. The argument must be the name of a directory into which all backup repositories are written.
- Manages the cache used for potentially expensive web pages. Any additional arguments are passed on verbatim to the cache command.
- Shows all local check-outs that have uncommitted changes. This operation has no additional options.
- Delete all "extra" files in all local check-outs. Extreme caution should be exercised with this command because its effects cannot be undone. Use of the --dry-run option to carefully review the local check-outs to be operated upon and the --whatif option to carefully review the files to be deleted beforehand is highly recommended. The command line options supported by the clean command itself, if any are present, are passed along verbatim.
- Only the "config pull AREA" command works.
- Run the "dbstat" command on all repositories.
- Shows "extra" files from all local check-outs. The command line options supported by the extra command itself, if any are present, are passed along verbatim.
- Run the "fts-config" command on all repositories.
- git CMD
- Do the "git export" or "git status" command (whichever is specified by CMD) on all repositories for which a Git mirror has been previously established.
- Run the "info" command on all repositories.
- Run a "pull" operation on all repositories. Only the --verbose and --share-links options are supported.
- Run a "push" on all repositories. Only the --verbose option is supported.
- Rebuild on all repositories. The command line options supported by the rebuild command itself, if any are present, are passed along verbatim. The --force and --randomize options are not supported.
- Show remote hosts for all repositories.
- Look for extra compression in all repositories.
- Run a "sync" on all repositories. Only the --verbose and --unversioned and --share-links options are supported.
- Run the "setting" or "set" commands on all repositories. This command is useful for settings like "max-loadavg" which you usually want to be the same across all repositories on a server.
- Run the "unset" command on all repositories
- Run the "server" commands on all repositories. The root URI gives a listing of all repos.
- Run the "ui" command on all repositories. Like "server" but bind to the loopback TCP address only, enable the --localauth option and automatically launch a web-browser
- Run the "whatis" command on all repositories. Only show output for repositories that have a match.
In addition, the following maintenance operations are supported:
- Add all the repositories named to the set of repositories tracked by Fossil. Normally Fossil is able to keep up with this list by itself, but sometimes it can benefit from this hint if you rename repositories.
- Arguments are repositories that should be ignored by subsequent clean, extras, list, pull, push, rebuild, and sync operations. The -c|--ckout option causes the listed local check-outs to be ignored instead.
- list | ls
- Display the location of all repositories. The -c|--ckout option causes all local check-outs to be listed instead.
Repositories are automatically added to the set of known repositories when one of the following commands are run against the repository: clone, info, pull, push, or sync. Even previously ignored repositories are added back to the list of repositories by these commands.
- If given, display instead of run actions
- Show the repository or check-out being operated upon
- Halt immediately if any subprocess fails