Docs for commits.
Commits are atomic transactions on the content of a repo.
Creating a commit is a multistep process:
- start a new commit with start-commit
- write files to it through fuse or with put-file
- finish the new commit with finish-commit
Commits that have been started but not finished are NOT durable storage. Commits become reliable (and immutable) when they are finished.
Commits can be created with another commit as a parent. This layers the data in the commit over the data in the parent.
Options inherited from parent commands¶
--no-metrics Don't report user metrics for this command -v, --verbose Output verbose logs