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Edit a Repository

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Overview

Editing a repository allows you to modify various information about a repository, such as the repository type or location of the repository.

Steps

  1. Go go Design > Repositories and select the repository you would like to edit.
  2. Go to the Info tab and click Edit.

 

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  1. The fields you can edit depend the repository type you select. You can edit the following fields:
    • Name: The name of the repository.
    • Description (Optional): A user-supplied description of the repository.  
    • Type: The type of repository being added. RightScale supports git, svn or a compressed file (tgz, gzip, or tar).
    • Tag/Branch (Git only): The branch of the repository which contains the cookbooks.
    • Revision (Subversion only): The revision of the repository which contains the cookbooks.
    • URL: The URL where the repository is located.
    • Git SSH Key (Git only): Select your Git SSH key from the list of credentials, or enter a new SSH key.
    • Username (Subversion or compressed file): Select the username to access your repository from the list of credentials. You can also add a new username.
    • Password (Subversion or compressed file): Select the password to access your repository from the list of credentials. You can also add a new password.
    • Cookbook Paths: The path (URL) to the cookbooks in your repository. You can add multiple paths.
  2. Make the changes you would lick and click Save.
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