Sync up Bitbucket with Git Hub

I have a set of repositories on Github and Bibucket. I have started from scratch all these repos are at master branch only.

 

Now after 15days i am updating Github with new changes  at master. But how to sync these details in bitbucket repos. every time i am manually deleting the repos in bitbucket and importing from github. To avoid is there any sync up process between github to bitbucket whenever an update happens or do a manual sync up whenever desired.

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Hi Surendrat

You can configure multiple push repositories:

Remotes

Suppose your git remotes are set up like this:

git remote add github git@github.com:aee/my-project.git
git remote add bb git@bitbucket.org:ae1/my-project.git

The origin remote probably points to one of these URLs.

Remote Push URLs

To set up the push URLs do this:

git remote set-url --add --push origin git@github.com:aee/my-project.git
git remote set-url --add --push origin git@bitbucket.org:ae1/my-project.git

It will change the remote.origin.pushurl config entry. Now pushes will send to both of these destinations, rather than the fetch URL.

Check it out by running:

git remote show origin

Per-branch

A branch can push and pull from separate remotes. This might be useful in rare circumstances such as maintaining a fork with customizations to the upstream repo. If your branch follows github by default:

git branch --set-upstream-to=github next_release

(That command changed branch.next_release.remote.)

Then git allows branches to have multiple branch.<name>.pushRemote entries. You must edit the .git/config file to set them.

There are a number of resources out there on this topic and here are a couple:

Pushing to Multiple Remote Repositories Using Git

Pushing to multiple git repos

Hopefully this helps!

Cheers,

Branden

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