This is the command git-annex-forget that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
git-annex-forget - prune git-annex branch history
git annex forget
Causes the git-annex branch to be rewritten, throwing away historical data about past
locations of files. The resulting branch will use less space, but git annex log will not
be able to show where files used to be located.
When this rewritten branch is merged into other clones of the repository, git-annex will
automatically perform the same rewriting to their local git-annex branches. So the
forgetfulness will automatically propagate out from its starting point until all
repositories running git-annex have forgotten their old history. (You may need to force
git to push the branch to any git repositories not running git-annex.)
Also prune references to repositories that have been marked as dead.
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