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What is the bare Git repository? How is it different from a standard/non-bare Git repository?

What is the bare Git repository? How is it different from a standard/non-bare Git repository?



Asked On2022-02-15 17:14:50 by:Suresha-N

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A bare repository is the same as default, but no commits can be made in a bare repository. The changes made in projects cannot be tracked by a bare repository as it doesn't have a working tree. A working tree is a directory in which all the project files/sub-directories reside.

Answerd on:2022-02-15 Answerd By:sarthak

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A bare repository is the same as default, but no commits can be made in a bare repository. The changes made in projects cannot be tracked by a bare repository as it doesn’t have a working tree. A working tree is a directory in which all the project files/sub-directories reside. Bare repository is essentially a .git folder with a specific folder where all the project files reside.
Practically speaking everything in the repository apart from .git is a part of working tree. To create a bare repository, navigate to the chosen directory in bash (for linux users) or command prompt (for windows users) and type:
 
>mkdir FileName.git 
>cd FileName.git
>git init –bare



The file structure of the bare repository should look like this:

-- BareRepo.git*
|-- hooks*
|-- info*
|-- logs*
|-- objects*
|-- refs*
|-- COMMIT_EDITMSG
|-- config
|-- description
|-- HEAD
|-- index
*: Folders
A non-bare or default git repository has a .git folder, which is the backbone of the repository where all the important files for tracking the changes in the folders are stored. It stores the hashes of commits made in the branches and a file where the hash of the latest commit is stored.
The file structure of the default repository should look something like this:
    -- Default_Repo* 
|-- .git*
| |-- hooks*
| |-- info*
| |-- logs*
| |-- objects*
| |-- refs*
| |-- COMMIT_EDITMSG
| |-- config
| |-- description
| |-- HEAD
| |-- index
|-- example.txt
*: Folders
As you can see, the .git folder contains all the required files for tracking the project folder. The default repository is always used for local repositories.
 


Answerd on:2022-01-30 Answerd By:Akhil-Dev-D

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